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The Docker Fundamentals course will take you through the life cycle of the container and the various stages of development, and much more.
You will learn the difference between the container and the virtual machine. This course will take you through the life cycle of the container and the various stages of development. Moreover, this course will train you to install Docker on various platforms, will create your first container, image, push and pull to the registry hub, will learn how to install your own local registry, volumes, container networking, orchestrating containers, and will learn how to debug your containers. You will build an HTTP server image, run as a service, and connect to it. Also, Finally, you will learn how to create a swarm and prepare your containers for production.
After successfully completing this course, learners will be able to:· Understand the foundations of containerization on a single Docker node· Create an image using Dockerfile best practices· Use volumes in the application development process· Apply concepts of the Docker networking model· Understand the goal of services as a method of scaling containers· Utilize two different orchestrators (Swarm and Kubernetes) to deploy a single application across multiple machines· Create a secret and understand its accessibility capabilities
Getting started with DockerWhat is Docker?What is the difference between VM and Containerization?Installing DockerDownload your first imageDocker FlowHandling Docker ContainersRun your first containerTerminologyWorking with Docker imageWorking with interactive containerBuilding imagesDocker's integrated image building systemA quick overview of the Dockerfile's syntaxDockerfile build instructionsHow to remove imagesHow to remove containersPublishing imageUnderstanding the Docker HubHow to push images to the Docker HubAutomatic building of imagesPrivate repositories on the Docker HubCreating organizations on the Docker HubRunning services in a containerOverview of container networkingEnvisaging Container as a Service (CaaS)Exposing container servicesSharing data volumesSharing volumes between containersPracticality of data sharing between containersSharing volumes between host and containerPracticality of host data sharingAvoiding common pitfallsFFFilesystem vs. VolumeOrchestrating containersLinking containersOrchestratingExample of docker-compose
Testing with DockerOverview of TDDTesting your code inside DockerIntegrating Docker testing into JenkinsDebugging containersControl groupsDocker debugging commandsSecuring Docker containersIs Docker secure?Best practices for container securityRunning your private Docker infrastructureThe Docker registry and indexDocker registry use casesRun your own index and registryPush the image to a newly created registrySwarmsSet up your Docker environmentBuild an image and run it as one containerScale your app to run multiple containersDistribute your app across a clusterStack services by adding a backend databaseDeploy your app to production
Docker Certified Associate (DCA)
No prior knowledge of Docker is required. However, familiarity with Linux command line is needed.
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