Creating a Docker image to run dynamic agents

Quickly create a Docker image to run dynamic agents.

You can run dynamic agents in a Docker container that you use to run jobs remotely, for example to call REST APIs or database stored procedures, or to run jobs within the container itself.

To create a Docker container, you are provided with step-by-step instructions and the latest versions of the required samples on GitHub here. Follow the instructions to create a Docker container to run jobs remotely, or use it as base image to add the applications to be run with the agent to other images, or customize the samples to best meet your requirements.