The first step in creating a developer environment using Docker containers is licensing and installing the Docker runtime.
The Docker administrator installs the Enterprise Edition by running the following installation command:
$ yum -y install docker-ee docker-ee-cli containerd.io
By default, Docker containers access all host memory. Also by default, containers can access all the host’s CPU cycles. For details about how to place memory and CPU restraints on a Docker container, see Appendix B: Container resource configuration.