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This Docker tutorial will help you understand DevOps tools, what is Docker, how does a Docker work and components of Docker. Docker is a tool which is used to automate the deployment of the application in lightweight containers so that applications can work efficiently in different environments. A container is a software package that consists of all the dependencies required to run an application. Until now we have been running applications on virtual machines. Every virtual machine used to be the base of our application but now with the advent of Docker and containerization technologies each application is run in a container like logical space. Now, let us get started and understand Docker platform and how learn how to create and use containers.

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2. What is Docker?
3. How does Docker work?
4. What are the components of Docker?

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      Željko Tomić
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      had a mild stroke at jit and gira (3:40) 😀 Great video though 👍

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      German Duterte
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      can we also see hands-on tutorial for docker?

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      A G
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      The comparisons at around 2 minutes seem wrong, so I had to stop watching. It makes it sound like a virtual machine is terribly slow. It even says portability is lower. If you take the Java or C# virtual machine as examples, you will see how wrong these statements are. Now, maybe Docker is more portable or faster (I'm not sure – I was here to learn after all), but calling those two languages unportable with "low efficiency" is mad. Both languages execute on a virtual machine and are known to be highly portable and quite efficient. A video worth watching would have shown actual benchmarks instead of listing abstract concepts that are hyperbolic. I can't comment on the rest of the video as its earliest parts disqualified it in my mind. Had the list said "faster" instead of VM being "low efficiency" or correctly said "both are portable", it would have been a different story. In that theoretical situation, the video would still have been low quality due to the absence of actual data but at least plausibly correct instead of for sure incorrect.

      I have even found some sources that argue Docker is heavier than the JVM. I personally don't know the answer and was just looking for a high-level view of why someone would use Docker. However, this video seems like it was made by someone motivated by money who doesn't know that much about programming. One thing I know for sure is the JVM is highly portable – one of its advantages. Saying the JVM isn't portable is a clear error.

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      JTVImage
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      So if I have a full stack app react, express, Node and postgresql, how would I use this and config it?

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      Mitali Ghotgalkar
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Amazing explanation. Thank you for this video.

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      Matt de Klerk
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Great content!

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      serge promise
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      We have a big teach right here. Thanks prof

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      Marco Macaluso
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      pronouncing git as jit and jira as gira was good bait

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      sona sharma
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Thank you .Good explanation

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      diegazo5556
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Awesome, very insightful.
      Thanks a lot!
      You got my like and attention.

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      Jagadeesh Arunachalam
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Thank you. Great video!

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      Noam Salomonski
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      "Lets look at the pros and cons of docker vs a VM" … "Docker is better at everyhting". This is not correct.

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      raze7x
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Very good quick and clear presentation! thx

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      Bagzhan Sadvakassov
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Proper english.

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      supremementality
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Outstanding explanation!

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      The Code Rangers
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Amazing explanation, thanks fo this tutorial

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      Tanja Tatafoto
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      brilliant explanation! Thanks for your effort

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      Matty Nice
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Absolutely excellent!

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      Matthew Freeman
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Great Video Matthew – From Matthew

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      Nizar Haider
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      God this was such a save!

      Hope the other tutorials can use this as a reference in the future…

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      Tymothy Lim
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Thank you very much for this video 🙂 It was helpful for me!

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      yermi echeverria
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Great presentation man. Greetings from Venezuela.

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      Call Me Billy
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      In a nutshell, a docker is a tool for environments replication amongst teams in DevOps.

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      Ameen Mohammed
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Awesome, great explanation. Thank you ❤️

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      Rees de la Houssaye
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      This dude sounds sorta drunk

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      Krishn Agarwal
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Such clear presentation and an amazing speaker!
      Understood. Liked. Subscribed.

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      alexandre Lithaud
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      That was pretty useful and interesting ! Thank you !

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      The Happy Bee
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Simple and nice explanation 🙂 Thanks….

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      Rafay Chauhan
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      so basically a container is the whole environment with the app.?

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      Linsi Lin
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Thank you for the great presentation, it is very informative. I wonder what tool did you use to make the slides? It is really nice and neat.

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      Veena Banagiri
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Very clear explanation. Thank you very much.

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      Sara A
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Thankyou so much!!!! this was so simple and to easy to understand. The images and example on presentation was amazing. Big thanks!

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      Android Naved
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      Excellent

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      Andrei Asimov
      May 10, 2022 19:42 pm Reply

      I'm amazed by how well you explained it. I've been checking other two tutorials but I was not really getting it, also it didnt help that they were using a too technical knowledge.
      Thx for you amazing work and the slides of your presentation, it has been simple and amazing to learn from you. Keep up this incredible work!! 🙂

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