Docker is an unbelievably popular technology right now. It’s extremely flexible and can be used at every stage of an application’s lifecycle. In fact, a Docker container and the application running inside it can move together through the application lifecycle all the way to production. In this post, we’re going to cover some of the core concepts of Docker by looking at how you can migrate an existing WordPress installation into Docker (or “Dockerize” it). For the purposes of this article, I’ll be creating Dockerized copy of this very blog. Before we get started, Let’s get started!