Docker Masterclass: Hands-on DevOps™ for Developers
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Docker and other containerization tools have taken the devops world by storm. Knowing at least the basics of docker has become mandatory for any role of software development you are in. However, for devops engineers/ site reliability engineers, a more detailed understanding of docker and other containerization technologies are desired. It does not entirely cut it to know just how to run basic commands on docker and make it work.
This course focuses on how docker works under the hood. It will guide you through the internal workings of the docker daemon and it’s interaction with the linux operating system step by step and explain how docker uses various linux kernel functionalities to make and run containers.
Besides a look at how docker operates under the hood, we will also take a look at basic docker commands, structure of build files etc–. We will also take a look at how to use docker compose to stand up a basic development environment for micro services. We will also look at building minimal container images to save on network throughput, disk size and also faster deployments. We will also be looking at what container orchestrators are and will have a hands–on session about the amazon ECS container orchestrator.
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Sourav Mandal –
It is an amazing course that has been presented with in depth elaboration needed for the beginners. The instructor has taught the step by step details in a lucid way. Reasonable to recommend. The course focuses on the starter point in an interesting way with lot of information to gain.
Amadou Diop –
Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior –
This training is called introduction, but in fact I consider it from intermediate to advanced. I already read books and made training with Docker, and not went into so many details of actually Docker do under the hood. There are things, although, that could be improved: better naming the chapters through the course make the videos smaller change the speech, the instructor uses the same tone and it becomes difficult to keep paying attention after a while do some practical exercises! Otherwise the training is too much theory (although there are live examples every time, but seeing is different from doing)