This course will help you establish foundational concepts of Docker & containers. You’ll complete labs and assignments that will help you become productive at designing, packaging, deploying and operating modern applications.
This course is part of the Intensive Docker & Kubernetes track. Not sold separately.
Note: All of our bundles are for a one-year subscription.
At the end of the subscription period, your membership does not automatically renew.
- Should be comfortable using the command line.
- Docker installed on your machine.
- No prior experience with containers necessary.
- 1.1 - The “Why” of Containers
- 1.2 - Setting Up Our Environment
- 1.3 - Running Our First Containers
- 1.4 - Background Containers
Building Container Images:
- 2.1 - Images, Layers & Containers Images
- 2.2 - Building Images Interactively
- 2.3 - Writing Our First Dockerfile
- 2.4 - Using CMD & Entrypoint
Optimizing Container Images:
- 3.1 - Copying Files During The Build
- 3.2.1 - Exercise: Writing Docker Files
- 3.2.2 - Solution: Writing Docker Files
- 3.3 - Reducing Image Sizes
- 3.4 - Multi-Stage Builds
- 3.5 - Publishing Images to the Docker Hub
- 3.6 - Tips for Efficient Docker Files
- 3.7 - Dockerfile Examples
- 3.8.1 - Exercise: Writing Better Docker Files
- 3.8.2 - Solution: Writing Better Docker Files
- 4.1 - Naming & Inspecting Containers
- 4.2 - Labels
- 4.3 - Getting Inside A Container
- 4.4 - Limiting Resource
- 5.1 - Container Networking Basics
- 5.2 - Container Networking Drivers
- 5.3 - The Container Network Model
- 5.4 - Service Discovery With Containers
- 5.5 - Ambasadors
Local Development With Compose:
- 6.1 - Local Development Workflow With Compose
- 6.2 - Windows Containers
- 6.3 - Working With Volumes
- 6.4 - Compose For Development Stacks
- 6.5.1 - Exercise: Writing A Compose File
- 6.5.2 - Solution: Writing A Compose File
Prepairing For Production:
- 7.1 - Advanced Docker Files
- 7.2 - Application Configuration
- 7.3 - Logging
- 8.1 - Orchestration Overviews