Understanding Docker in a visual way

Aurélie Vache
3 ratings

As Kubernetes, understanding Docker can be difficult or time-consuming. I've created this collection of sketchnotes about Docker, in order to explain the Cloud technology in a visual way.

The book covers:

* What is Docker?

* Should we dockerize everything?

* Docker Engine components (dockerd...)

* Resources (Images, Layers, Registry, Container, Volumes, Events...)

* Images features (dangling images, how to build, pull, push images...)

* Container features (Run a container, copy to/from a container, exec in a container, stop & restart, exit status...

* DockerFile Tips

* Debugging / Troubleshooting Docker

* Tips

* Useful tools to use

* And more :-)

The whole book includes "How To" with concrete examples for all concepts and illustrations that helps to understand abstract concepts.

I love to share my knowledge and to help people so if you don't have much money, you can download it for only 1 euro. The only thing I ask is to share to your networks 😉.

If you like my work and want to contribute, you can, it will help me to improve the material in order to continue all the ideas I have for several series of sketchnotes about Cloud technologies, GCP, AWS, DevOps, Microservices, Golang ... :-).

I hope this book will help you in your journey for understanding Docker.

Don't hesitate to rate this book and give me some feedbacks.


  • Size
    23.8 MB
  • Length
    93 pages
  • Size
    23,8 MB
  • Length
    93 pages
  • Version
  • Docker Engine
  • Size23.8 MB
  • Length93 pages
  • Size23,8 MB
  • Length93 pages
  • Version1.0.1
  • Docker Enginev20.10.2


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