Docker is a powerful tool for running and managing applications in isolated containers. By using Docker, you can easily package your applications with all their dependencies and run them on any platform, making it a popular choice for developers and system administrators. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the steps to install Docker on macOS Ventura, so you can get started with containerization and take advantage of its many benefits. Whether new to Docker or have used it before, this guide will help you get started quickly and easily. So, let’s dive in!
For your information, I am using a Macbook Pro M1 for this tutorial. We will see if we can install Docker on MacBook Pro with an Apple Silicon M1 processor.
Steps to Install Docker on macOS Ventura
Step 1. Download Docker App
First, we need to download the Docker installer for Mac. You can choose the Intel or Apple Silicon versions. Please download Docker from the link below.
Step 2. Install Docker
Installing Docker on a Mac is similar to any other application. Double-click the Docker.dmg and then drag the Docker icon to the Applications folder.
Now we can run Docker from Applications. Click Open when you see this error
In a moment, the Docker desktop should be up and running. You may also need to log in to your Docker account. If you don’t have an account, you can register for free using the link below.
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