Intro to Docker Series | #1 What is Docker?
Docker is a tool that enables you to create, deploy, and manage lightweight, stand-alone packages that contain everything needed to run an application. In this 6 part series, you’ll learn how to test, build, and deploy applications with Docker.
Chapters: 0:00 – Intro
1:03 – What is Docker?
2:18 – What are Containers?
4:17 – Docker vs Virtual Machines
7:56 – Docker Architecture
9:41 – Set up a Docker Environment
14:55 – Outro
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