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Do Not Use Docker if You Need to Boost Speed. Docker containers are smaller and require fewer resources than a virtual machine with a server and a database. At the same time, Docker will use as much system resources as the host’s kernel scheduler will allow. You should not expect Docker to speed up an application in any way.Is there a GUI for Docker?
No, there is no GUI for creating Docker containers. This is probably because there's not much to it. The things you need to know (experience with shell commands, Unix systems, Dockerfile commands and the way Docker images/containers work) would mostly still be necessary if you were using a GUI.