Every docker container that exists on a host has a status (or state) which tells the condition of the container. If you are someone who works on docker, then knowing all those statuses can significantly help you in monitoring container health checks and debugging.
Containerization has become a major trend in software development and many companies are adopting to run their applications in a containerized environment. Docker is one of the top choices for them. Developers also like to work with docker for its application portability, faster delivery cycles, flexibility, and easy usage.