Jenny Fong

Docker 101: Introduction to Docker webinar recap

Docker is standardizing the way to package applications, making it easier for developers to code and build apps on their laptop or workstation and for IT to manage, secure and deploy into a variety of infrastructure platforms In last week’s webinar, Docker 101: An Introduction to Docker, we went from describing what a container is, all the way to what a production deployment of Docker looks like, including how large enterprise organizations and world-class universities are leveraging Docker Enterprise Edition (EE)  to modernize their legacy applications and accelerate public cloud adoption. If you missed the webinar, you can watch the recording here: We ran out of time to go through everyone’s questions, so here are some of the top questions from the webinar: ­Q: How does Docker get access to platform resources, such as I/O, networking, etc.­ Is it a type of hypervisor? A: Continue reading…

John Willis

Docker Tutorial 2 – Docker Run Command Basics

This is a casual Docker tutorial series. We will start out first with very simple sessions on how to install and use the docker run command. In future videos we will hit more advanced topics. In this second video we explore some of the simple flags of the docker command. This is another basic tutorial. This time we explore the difference between some of the run flags (e.g., -i -t -d). We also explore the use of the docker ps commands while working with running and stopped containers.   Learn More about Docker New to Docker? Try our 10 min online tutorial Share images, automate builds, and more with a free Docker Hub account Read the Docker Engine 1.5 Release Notes Subscribe to Docker Weekly Attend upcoming Docker Meetups Celebrate the Docker Project’s 2nd Birthday Register for DockerCon 2015 Start Continue reading…

John Willis

Docker Tutorial 1 – Installing Docker

This is a casual tutorial series.  We will start out first with very simple sessions on how to install Docker and use the docker run command. In future videos we will hit more advanced topics. This first video talks a little bit about releases in Docker and the current release cadence.  We also show examples of installing from default repo’s  on Ubuntu, Centos and Fedora as well as installs from get.docker.com and installing from the Docker binary.   Learn More about Docker New to Docker? Try our 10 min online tutorial Share images, automate builds, and more with a free Docker Hub account Read the Docker Engine 1.5 Release Notes Subscribe to Docker Weekly Attend upcoming Docker Meetups Celebrate the Docker Project’s 2nd Birthday Register for DockerCon 2015 Start contributing to Docker