# Docker Containers
# What is Docker Container
Docker containers run an instance of your Docker image. You can run as many containers as you like. Containers are connected with each other using networks. Each container can have multiple volumes mounted to it for storing and sharing data. Last but not least, Docker containers can expose some ports so we can access our containers.
# Commandeer Docker container UI
Commandeer provides a desktop UI to manage your Docker containers. Built with simplicity in mind, it allows you to do all the basic operations necessary to support your development.
# Container Dashboard
The Docker container dashboard allows you to see some high-level stats about your containers. Like the total number of containers, the number of started and stopped containers, as well as the total size of your containers.
# Search Containers
Typing into the search field allows you to filter your local containers by the name. The
On Only switch allows you to show only the running containers which you can also filter further using the search.
# See Container Detail
Clicking on a container from the list brings you to the container detail page with all the information you need. Here you can find some general information about the container including its ports, mounts, networks, and labels.
# Start/Stop Container
From the container detail page, you can start or stop an individual container using the start and stop buttons.
Commandeer provides you with a graphical user interface for managing your Docker containers. The container dashboard gives you some high-level stats about your containers. You can drill down into the details of each individual container on the container detail page with the ability to start and stop individual containers.