Watch this video to learn how you can setup your own learning environment, similar to the environment that was used to create this course.
- [Instructor] If you'd like to set up your own lab environment to follow along with exactly what I'm doing in this course on Docker security, you've got a number of different options. First off, I'll show you what I'm doing exactly to create these labs, but keep in mind that that's not the only way. In my case, I'm using VMware Fusion on a Mac to run three different virtual machines. Each virtual machine is running Ubuntu Linux with an evaluation version of Docker Enterprise Edition installed.
If you go into each of these virtual machines, you'll find that each one is running Docker Enterprise Edition. If we look at the resources on these virtual machines, as you can see each one has two processor cores and five gigabytes of memory. To install Docker Enterprise Edition, I went to store.docker.com and I downloaded the Evaluation Edition here of Docker Enterprise for, in my case, Ubuntu Linux.
Of course, as you can see, there's multiple platforms that you can run Docker Enterprise Edition on. You can even run Docker Enterprise Edition out in the public cloud such as Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. Another option for gaining access to Docker is to use the Play with Docker labs. This is a free lab environment where you can access Docker quickly and easily. The only downside to this is that you won't have the universal control plane available to you, but you can easily create a new addition here of Docker, I'll do a Docker version.
This is the community edition of Docker, so not all of the enterprise features will be accessible here, but it still is a great way to quickly, easily, and freely gain access to Docker.