When it comes to containerization Docker is the platform to use.
Docker is a platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on your local system, data center virtual machines, or the cloud.
As a developer and system admin you should add Docker to your skillset if you haven’t done so before. Using Docker to deploy and host your application has many advantages:
- Docker containers makes use of the host operating system. This means Docker container are easy to setup and share system ressources in an efficient way.
- Many pre-build Docker images can be found at Docker hub which makes it easy to get started and setup your Docker environment.
- Docker makes the deployment of your application really easy. All dependencies and libraries are built into the image, so that it can be deployed and executed in any Docker environment.
This Docker Beginner’s Guide is for everybody interested in learning Docker, Containerization & DevOps from scratch.
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Who this course is for:
- System Administrators
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- No prior Docker knowledge needed
Last updated 3/2019
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