How to get started with Docker and Kubernetes

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Docker and Kubernetes are at the center of almost every company’s technology plan. Containerization is a very current topic and we are seeing a lot of interest from our customers and the general technical community.

For developers, it is very exciting to be able to work with containers and orchestration on the local machine to test out things that could’ve taken a lot of time to set up and deploy, and also running your datacenter environments locally on your laptop for testing.

Docker and Kubernetes are becoming critical technologies to learn and level up your skills and become better full-stack developers. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing dotnet, Java, NodeJS, Python, Ruby, or Go, Docker and Kubernetes help you get your application into the hands of customers and let them deploy them just about anywhere.

Table of contents:
Docker
- What it is and isn’t
- Why do we need it? (what problem does it solve?)
- How does it run on Windows, Linux, Mac? (for development use)
- How does it run on the Cloud (for production use)
- How do I start learning it?

Kubernetes
- What is it?
- Why do we need it? (what problem does it solve?)
- How does it run on Windows, Linux, Mac? (for development use)
- How does it run on the Cloud (for production use)
- How do I start learning it?

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