Play with Docker (PWD) is a Docker playground which allows you to try Docker and Swarm Mode in a matter of seconds. It gives you the experience of having a free Alpine Linux Virtual Machine in the cloud where you can build and run Docker containers and even create clusters with Docker features like Swarm Mode. Under the hood DIND or Docker-in-Docker is used to give the effect of multiple VMs/PCs.
Here are some of the most common use-cases:
The Play with Docker classroom brings you labs and tutorials that help you get hands-on experience using Docker. In this classroom you will find a mix labs and tutorials that will help Docker users, including SysAdmins, IT Pros, and Developers. There is a mix of hands-on tutorials right in the browser, instructions on setting up and using Docker in your own environment, and resources about best practices for developing and deploying your own applications.
If you want to contribute a lab, check out this GitHub repo and get started.
The Docker Blog is a great resource to find content! We post the latest Docker news including new releases and events like DockerCon there.
For our curated collection of content from the community, check out this page: https://blog.docker.com/curated
This is a public forum for users to discuss questions and explore current design patterns and best practices about Docker and related projects in the Docker Ecosystem. To participate, just log in with your Docker Hub account.
Get the latest Docker news straight to your inbox! This weekly newsletter highlights content from the community along with the latest Docker news.
Read the Docker Weekly archives to catch up on all of the latest Docker news and hacks: https://blog.docker.com/docker-weekly-archives/
Get all the info on the different Docker projects with our docs.
Another great resource for finding content! Docker’s Slideshare account has slide decks from Docker presentations - you’re welcome to use and/or modify these slides when presenting to your own meetup group.
Check out our YouTube page for videos of recorded talks from DockerCon, webinars and other meetups.
A curated list of tutorials and resources produced by the community tutorials