Docker: Building Images for Multiple Architectures

Docker is a great tool for creating portable containers that run your application. Containers are built, then pushed to a registry, and from there pulled to the machines that run the applications. But do you know that each machine has an architecture? And that the architecture that build the image is responsible for setting the images architecture?

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