In this video I go over the basics of what docker is and show a little demo of how I am using it in a bare bones django application. There is still more for me to learn on the subject, but I thought I should share what I have learned so far. Docker provides a nice way for you to eliminate mundane system administrative tasks and manage your infrastructure as code.
Resources & References:
Fig. Fig really brings this all together and makes it useful. Very important! I was surprised that it was not one of the first things introduced to me in all the content I came across online.
Probably one of the best written and clear tutorials I came across online that explains the basic functionality in detail on how docker works in technical terms by someone named tonyhb. Thanks tonyhb.
A good video I found that gave a good technical presentation on docker.
This link bellow helped me understand links and volumes. The presenter also helped me discover fig from my questions in the comments section:
Once again. If you are researching docker, take a look at fig! I wish someone would have told me that from the beginning.
a more detailed technical look at fig
Although I did not really prepare this in a tutorial fashion. Feel free to look at my code sample on github: