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What is a Docker image and how is it different from a Docker container?

A Docker image is a self-contained package that encapsulates an application and its dependencies, ensuring consistent and isolated execution across different environments using Docker containers.
The key difference between a Docker image vs a container is that a Docker image is a template that defines how a container will be realized. A Docker container is a runtime instance of a Docker image.

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