Mastering Docker

Mastering Docker
Mastering Docker
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 3h 11m | 751 MB

Master the art of containerizing your applications using Docker, enhancing the software development process

Docker is a tool that is designed to benefit both developers and system administrators. For developers, it means they can develop applications without worrying about the system it will be running on. For system administrators, it gives them flexibility and reduces the number of systems required.

This video will teach you to leverage advanced-level Docker. It starts by introducing how Docker works the way it does, first scripting a layer in a Docker workflow—Dockerfile. Next, you will explore compose by writing a docker-compose.yml file for a social network app, and look at top-down approaches to building network topologies for our social network’s containers.

Then you will be familiarized with the swarm workflow, Kubernetes, and Google’s tool for setting up a managed cluster. You will learn how to set up Docker’s plugin infrastructure and use the customization options. By the end of this course, you will be able to successfully manage your Docker containers, with the help of minecraft server.

  • Explore opportunities with Docker to achieve rapid application deployment, reliability, scalability and portability across machines and clouds
  • Learn to build and manage clusters using Swarm, Mesos, and Kubernetes
  • Customize and secure your Docker according to your business requirements
Table of Contents

Recollecting Docker Basics
The Course Overview
Recollecting Docker Concepts
Docker CLI Commands
Scripting Primer

Composing Services
Composing Primer
Deploying Composed Services
Single Host Scaling

Docker Networking
Bridge Networks
Multi-host Networks
Service Discovery
Designing Infrastructure of the Social Network

Creating a Container Swarm
Swarm Basics
Swarm on AWS

Container Management at Scale
Introduction to Managed Cluster
Marathon – Mesos

Docker Security
Attack Vectors
Docker Bench for Security
Notary and Content Security

Docker Plugins and Drivers
Logging Drivers
Volume Plugins
Network Plugins

Best Practices and Ecosystem Tools
Keeping the Garden Pruned
Ecosystem Tools