Though having been around for quite some time now, containers have recently become one of the most sought after technologies. Docker made containerization cool. Seemingly everyone is running—or wants to run—their software in a Docker container. And rightly so. After all, containers are lightweight, easy to deploy, and scalable.
But what if you’re late to the party? If you’re just getting started with Docker, you probably have a thousand questions to ask. Perhaps one of them is: "do I need a Linux box to run Docker? If not, how will that work?"
In this post we'll take a look at that question and get you started on the basics. We’ll learn how to install Docker, create containers from images, and run containers on a non-Linux PC.Read More