In this short video I explain **what** **Docker Compose** **is**, it's **specific use cases** and **practical examples of how to use it**.
👉🏼 Check it out here: [https://youtu.be/MVIcrmeV\_6c](https://youtu.be/MVIcrmeV_6c)
It's part of a hands-on, practical video series of **how to actually apply Docker concepts in real life development/deployment scenarios**, starting from here: [https://youtu.be/YdKUkDe22RA](https://youtu.be/YdKUkDe22RA)
Will appreciate your feedback! 😊
5 thoughts on “This is the only Docker Compose video you need to watch 🐳”
Technically, not the only one!
I’m still trying to figure out that if Docker is “all that and a bag of chips”.
Why can’t Helm and Kubernetes be installed on my Windows machine using Docker Hub? I mean, if you look at the instruction for [Kubernetes install](https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/tools/install-kubectl/#install-with-powershell-from-psgallery) or [Helm install](https://medium.com/@JockDaRock/take-the-helm-with-kubernetes-on-windows-c2cd4373104b) they’re not using Docker containers to do the work.
Reminds me of the time when it was revealed that Microsoft didn’t use Visual Source Safe for source control.
I’m sure there’s a good reason, but it probably will end up pointing out all the places where Docker isn’t the answer.
Can you upload it to /r/peertube? Or can I mirror it there?
The best Docker explainer videos!
Whats your twitter account? Would like to Tag & Re-Tweet and spread the playlist