Are you adopting the Docker platform to containerise and secure robust, highly available, and self-healing applications? Join Matt Saunders for this intensive Docker Fundamentals course and learn the key concepts and practices of containerization, how to containerize on a single Docker node, the foundations of orchestration, and learn how to scale out with Docker across multiple nodes in a swarm, in assimilations and hands-on exercises.
Upon completion of this Docker Fundamentals course, you will understand how to modernise your software supply-chain with Docker, the foundations of Docker security, of containerization, and of Docker's continuous integration model. You will also understand the concepts of the Docker networking models, how to deploy a swarm application and scale it out applying common Swarm operations, and how to create, manage, and update Docker secrets.
Learn how to:
- Understand what Docker is and how Docker can modernise the software supply-chain
- Conceptualise a mental model for Docker workflow
- Understand the foundations of Docker security and apply secrets management
- Understand the foundations of containerization on a single Docker node
- Ability to Dockerize and application by writing Docker files
- Create and manage images
- Apply a basic continuous integration model for Docker
- Understand the usage of volumes
- Apply concepts of the Docker networking models
- Write stack-based compose files
- Understand how Swarm works
- Deploy a swarm application and scale it out
- Apply common Swarm operations
- Create, manage, and update Docker secrets
The first half of the course looks at the complexities of delivering functional software, with a focus on moving software through different environments (eg. from a developer's workstation, through a QA environment, staging, and finally into production). You will be shown how it is easy to do this by packaging applications with Docker. We go through why Docker exists and why it is popular, before moving on to workshops that explore running Docker containers and making Docker images.
- Introducing Docker
- Containerization Fundamentals
- Creating Images
- Docker Volumes
- Docker Networking Basics
- Orchestration Basics
Capacity management and Kubernetes operators
The second half of the course we deal with how to make Docker containers effectively and efficiently, both on a single machine and also in a cluster, using Docker Swarm and Kubernetes. We'll go into detail on the relative merits of both Docker and Kubernetes, and give you a foundational knowledge of how to ship reliable distributed applications.
- Introduction to Docker Compose
- Introduction to Docker Swarm
- Introduction to Kubernetes
- Docker Secrets
If you are an administrator or developer and you want to learn how to administer and build enterprise-grade production systems using Docker, this Docker course is for you!
To benefit from this Docker course, you should be familiar with Linux command line, but don't need any prior experience using Docker.