Subject: Getting Started With Docker?
[dockertutorial-2017-10] Re: TechEx 2017: Getting Started With Docker Tutorial
- From: John Gasper <>
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- Subject: [dockertutorial-2017-10] Re: TechEx 2017: Getting Started With Docker Tutorial
- Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2017 09:37:46 -0700
Thanks for a great session yesterday. I hope that you found some value in the tutorial. I’ve uploaded the slide to deck to box.com. Please down load it from https://app.box.com/s/zw14j36a52w7xy0ee8g057iv627ohxjd.
It looks like we have just a few days until our tutorial. (I can’t believe it is already the middle of October.) So I just wanted to reach out with a few items of housekeeping so that we can have a successful class. At last count we have 16 people in the class, so having ourselves prepared will be advantageous. The first thing that we need is a place to run/work with Docker. I’ve got a couple of, ok three, options for you.
Option #1 has the advantage of being local, so you can use Docker on the plane ride home, for example. Option #2 is great because there is nothing to install, but the VMs die after 4 hours. Please do give Option 2 a try as Option 2 will be ideal when we have breakout time and play with Docker Swarm as it is trivial to create several VMs for our Swarm cluster.
Here are a few cheat sheets that are generally pretty good. Feel free download them, or even to print them off and bring them along.
I’m hoping to have a fun and relaxed day while we learn. And in case anyone cares, I’ll be wearing jeans, so feel free to come dressed casually.
I look forward to seeing you from 8:00am-5:00pm at Pacific C on Pacific Concourse Level. And if there is anything I can do to make this a better experience for you, please let me know.
- [dockertutorial-2017-10] Re: TechEx 2017: Getting Started With Docker Tutorial, John Gasper, 10/16/2017
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- Re: [dockertutorial-2017-10] Re: TechEx 2017: Getting Started With Docker Tutorial, Jokl, James (jaj), 10/17/2017
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