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Learn Docker with Hands On Coding Exercises
Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud.
This course introduces Docker to an Absolute Beginner using really simple and easy to understand lectures. Lectures are followed by demos showing how to setup and get started with Docker. The coding exercises that accompany this course will help you practice Docker commands and developing your own images using Dockerfiles and practice Docker Compose. You will be developing Docker files for different use cases right in your browser. This way you don’t really need to have your own environment setup to get some hands on practice. The coding exercises will validate your commands and Dockerfiles and ensure you have written them correctly.
And finally we have assignments to put your skills to test. You will be given a challenge to solve using the skills you gained during this course. This is a great way to gain a real life project experience and work with the other students in the community to develop a Dockerfile and get feedback for your work. The assignment will push you to research and develop your own Docker images.
What Will I Learn?
- Beginner level introduction to Docker
- Basic Docker Commands with Hands-On Exercises
- Build Docker images using Dockerfiles with Hands-On Exercises
- Understand what Docker Compose is
- Build Application stack using Docker Compose Files with Hands-On Exercises
- Understand what Docker Swarm is
2 Docker Overview
3 Demo - Setup and Install Docker
4 Basic Docker Commands
5 Demo - Docker Commands
6 Demo - Coding Exercises
7 Docker Run
8 Demo - Advanced Docker Run Features
9 Docker Images
10 Demo - Creating a new Docker Image
11 Docker Compose
12 Docker Swarm
13 Docker Networking
15 Bonus Lecture Docker Advanced Course
16 Bonus Lecture Advanced Course Promo
17 Bonus Lecture Ansible for Beginners
18 Bonus Lecture Share Course
Appendix - A - YAML
19 Introduction to YAML