Intro to Docker | Cybrary

Intro to Docker | Cybrary
English | Size: 1.46 GB
Genre: eLearning

Course Description
This Docker training course will cover the basics of docker for a person with little to no prior knowledge of Docker. It will start from things like setting up Docker on Linux and Windows platforms.

Welcome to Intro to Docker. We will discuss what a container is, and how it compares to traditional modes of virtualization, both advantages and disadvantages. Docker commands, syntaxes and flags will be learned to familiarize ourselves and use Docker to its best capabilities. And we will learn how to create and utilize containers. We will learn about docker hub and Docker images; how to acquire them, modify them, how to build them yourself, and also how to integrate automated builds into your Docker ecosystem. We will dive into Docker networking, how containers interact with each other and accessing them from the outer environment. Then Docker volumes will be discussed; different types of storage in docker, and mounting local drives volumes into your docker containers are some of the topics that will be covered here. We also will look into Docker Compose and how to make using Docker much more efficient and consistent. Finally, you’ll be introduced to a tool to make your Docker work and management a breeze by providing a frontend for you to do your tasks.

Course Goals
By the end of this Docker training, students should be able to:

Understand what Docker is, and what a container is
Understand jow Docker compares to other methods of virtualization
Understand the internals of Docker, terminology and architecture
Get Docker running on a Linux or a Windows PC
Get a container running, and view information pertaining to Docker and its components
Build Docker images
Utilize Docker Hub
Understand networking in Docker
Understand storage in Docker
Understand basic usage of Docker Compose
Use Portainer to make managing Docker and its components easier
For developers, thinking about writing code for a variety of machines, applications and devices can be worrisome. Not knowing exactly how the user will interact with their code can meaning reducing their flexibility.

By learning Docker and taking a Docker certification training, developers can utilize Docker to create, deploy, and run applications using containers. The containers help manipulate what a developer codes to ship out to any application that would use it, and it eliminates the worry for the developer of any customized settings the device may have.

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