Since we launched Docker Labs back in May, we’ve had a lot of interest. So we keep adding more and improving the labs that we have. We now have 22 hands on labs for you to choose from, ranging from beginner tutorials to much more advanced ones. Here’s a peek at what we have:
- To accompany the launch of Windows containers in Microsoft Windows Server 2016, we launched a Windows Container beginner tutorial to walk you through setting up your environment, running basic containers and creating a basic Docker Compose multi-container application using Windows containers.
- We added 6 security tutorials to take advantage of some of Docker’s strong security features.
- A Docker community member liked our Java debugging tutorials so much, he translated our labs into Spanish.
- We added a new Node.js tutorial to show how to easily you can debug Node.js applications live in container.
So check out Docker Labs to learn more about using Docker. And as always, we really encourage contributions. So if you have a lab you want to get out there, or find a way to improve what we have, please contribute today.