- [Instructor] If you're a Mac user,…one of the easiest ways to get started with Docker…is to use Docker for Mac.…Docker for Mac contains the Docker container engine…and one thing that I should clarify…about Docker for Mac…is that you can run Docker Linux containers…on Docker for Mac,…not Docker Mac applications,…those Docker Linux containers…are actually run on top of a thin hypervisor…from Docker called Hyperkit.…To get started installing Docker for Mac,…click on the Docker Store…and then simply click Get Docker.…
Docker for Mac is totally free…and in fact, I've already downloaded Docker for Mac,…so let's walk through a quick installation.…Here's the Docker DMG.…I'll just double click that.…We can simply drag and drop…the Docker icon here into our Applications folder.…I'll execute Docker.…You can see the Docker whale icon is up here.…
It tells us that Docker is starting.…With Docker for Mac installed,…if we go into the Preferences…I do want to point out…that we're using the Docker for Mac Stable Edition.…You can switch this to the Edge Edition…
- Docker Certified Associate prep
- Docker editions and platforms
- Docker namespaces
- Installing Docker
- Configuring repositories and Docker swarm
- Creating users and teams
- Backing up Docker
- Troubleshooting Docker errors
Skill Level Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Containerswith David Linthicum1h 16m Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Preparing to Install Docker
2. Installing Docker
3. Configuring Docker
4. Troubleshooting Docker Install and Config
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