Docker. It's a glimpse into the future of our industry. It's also a bunch of text files and a load of long-winded and awkward syntax.
I like Docker.
I think you will like Docker, too.
In this Docker Tutorial For Beginners, I will show you how I work with Docker. I will show you the short cuts I use, and how you can use mine, and make your own.
There are some fundamentals that we need to learn. I keep them as brief and practice as possible, but please, don't skip them.
This will be a practical introduction. To get the most from this course, please copy along. If anything is unclear, please ask in the comment for the relevant video, I will do my best to help you.
How far you go with Docker is entirely up to you. I will show you a way to run Docker for your Digital Ocean droplets, regardless of whether you are a Fortune 500 company, or a dev in your home office or bedroom.
I use this stuff. I use it in production. I use it for development, and I use it for running automated tests. It works, but it's not painless. Not yet anyway.
I hope you enjoy this course, and you are inquisitive enough to give it a shot.
To complete this course you must have:
Note that this course may / should work on Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), but I have not tested it with Docker EE.
|1||Demo - Docker with Symfony, nginx, and MySQL||01:42|
|2||Linux Permissions 101||04:13|
|3||Docker Images vs Docker Containers||09:39|
|4||Docker, Without Volumes||11:12|
|5||[Part 1] - Docker Volumes - Bind Mounts||08:21|
|6||[Part 2] - Docker Volumes - Volumes||09:11|
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