This one-day course by Kartoza offers an introduction to Docker. Docker is a way of deploying applications on the web, allowing you to create re-usable application containers that can be combined to create application stacks. Each container typically serves a single purpose (e.g. database, mail server etc.). Containers are versioned so that your application can be deployed in a “known good state”. Docker can be used on Linux, MacOS and Windows 10 Professional (native) or Windows (using boot2docker). The course aims to get you familiar with the basic concepts of Docker. At the end of it you should be comfortable with spinning up and using Docker images on your own infrastructure.