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One of the simplest examples that people have used over the years of demoing Docker is quickly standing up and running a Minecraft server. This shows the power of using Docker and has a pretty practical application! Recently I wanted to set up a server but I wanted to persist one and as I have given away my last raspberry pi I needed to find a new way to do this. The first thing I decided to do was to check out the existing Docker Images for Minecraft servers to see if there were any that looked good to use, to do this I went to Docker Hub and searched for minecraft:. I liked the look of minecraft-server repo, so I clicked through to have a look at the image and link through to the Github repo. In the Docker Desktop Dashboard, I can see I have the container running and check the server logs to make sure everything has been initialized properly:. From there, I can try to deploy this in Azure to just get my basic server running in the cloud. Once logged in, I can create a context that will let me deploy containers to an Azure resource group this proposes to create a new azure resource group or use an existing one :. I will now try to deploy my minecraft server using the exact same command I ran previously locally :. However, if I follow the logs of the ACI container, the server seems to be stuck in the initialization, and I cannot connect to it from Minecraft.