That's not all of the concepts needed, but you may see some similarities and differences between Docker and Kubernetes. Actually, Kubernetes uses Docker and adds a few tools to enhance the deployment, scaling, and monitoring of containers.
The best way to start with Kubernetes is to install minikube. This is a tool to run Kubernetes locally on a single virtual machine:
Follow the installation instructions. If you're on macOS and have homebrew installed, you just need to run:
brew cask install minikube
After installing minikube, you have to start it by running:
You have to wait a minute or two before ...