Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain

Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain

Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain

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Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain

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If you want to build and test better, you need to use Docker, Compose and Kubernetes on your machine. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it The award-winning Docker Captain will show you how to use official tools. You can learn faster with the included live chat group and weekly live Q andA. You can build environments with your code running in containers. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it You can build clusters for server deployment. There are best practices for making and Compose files. You can build and publish your own images. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it You can create a custom image registry to store and deploy your apps.

There is course content. All 173 lectures should be expanded. There is a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and a course introduction and 23:39 There is a course road map. There is a preview. 03:44 There is an update for November 2019. There is a preview. 02:59 Why do you use it? Why now? There is a preview. 10:54 Getting course resources. 00:36 The course has 21k students learning containers. 00:45 There is a live Q&A on the internet. 1:01 There is a big FAQ. There is a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay has a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay It’s the best way to setup your OS. 01:27:24 Which do I use? 06:20: The fast way to install a container. 02:03 There are options for Windows. 08:08 There are instructions for setup and tips for Windows 10 Pro/Ent. 09:19 There are instructions for setup and tips for home. 13:29 Mac setup and tips can be done with a container. 23:02 Linux setup and tips can be done with a container. 21:45. There is a quiz on proper Docker install. There are 3 questions. Code or Text Editor for files. 1:01 Terminal Shell and Tab Completion are included in the Docker CLI. 01:23 The format of the version change. 01:00 It is possible to create and use containers like a boss. 0:28:20 Check our install and configuration. 06:40 A web server. 08:58 What happens when we run a container? There is a preview. 02:29 Container is a synonym for container. It is just a process. There is a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay has a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay Windows containers are no longer just Linux. 01:08 The assignment was to manage multiple containers. 03:34 There are questions about managing multiple containers. 05:41 There is a container quiz. There are 4 questions. What is going on in containers? 04:56 Getting a shell inside containers is easy. There is a preview. 10:45 There are concepts for private and public communications in containers. 13:21. The official Nginx image has a change in it. 00:32 The management of virtual networks is done with the help of the cli. 07:58 How can containers find each other? 05:41 Container Quiz 2. There are 3 questions. The assignment was to use containers for testing. 03:00 There are answers for using containers for cli testing. 02:50 The test is called the Round Robin Test. 05:10 The test is called the Round Robin Test. 03:39 There are container images and how to build them. 01:06:55 What is in an image? 02:04 The hub is using registry images. 11:44 The image cache contains images and their layers. 12:41 Tagging and pushing to the hub. 12:12 The basics of building images. 06:20: The images are of a building. 03:36 Building images are extending official images. 05:19 There is a image quiz. There are 3 questions. The assignment is to build and run your own containers. 03:00. You can build your own container and run it from it. 08:03 Prune can be used to keep your system clean. 00:32 Volumes, Volumes, Volumes areContainer Lifetime and Persistent Data. 34:47 Container lifetime and persistent data. There is a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay has a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay Data volumes are persistent. 08:47 There are differences in the shell for path expansion. 00:36 Bind mounting has persistent data. 0701 There is a quiz on persistent data. There are 3 questions. The assignment was to upgrade the database with named volumes. 03:34 There are database upgrades with named volumes. 03:36 Bind Mounts are used to run code in containers. There is a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay has a time and a place for savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay The code can be edited in containers with Bind Mounts. 02:47 Making it easier with the multi container tool. 55:32 There is a docker-compose.yml file. 10:39 Trying out basic commands. 08:34 The assignment was to build a Compose file. 02:59 There is a Compose File for a Multi-Container Service. 09:36 Adding image building to the files. There is a preview. 09:30 Compose for run-time image building and multi- container development. 03:21 Compose for run-time image building and multi- container development. 11:28 The question is Docker Compose. There are 6 questions. Creating a swarm cluster. 37:17 The mode is built-in orchestration. 08:57 Scale your first service locally. There is a preview. 12:14. There is a change for service creation. 01:01 There is a machine bug with swarm. 1:01 A swarm cluster. There is a preview. There was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a time when there was a There is a quiz on the basics of swarm mode. There are 3 questions. Warm basic features and how to use them. 01:09:34 Scaling out with networking. 06:42 Scaling out with a mesh. 08:54 There is a quiz on the basics of swarms. There are 4 questions. The assignment was to create a multi-service web app. 06:25 The assignment is to create a multi-service web app. 10:43 Production grade Compose and swarm Stacks. 14:19 Storage for Swarm protects your environment variables. 05:07 Secrets are being used in Swarm Services. 06:56 Secrets are being used with swarm stacks. 03:21 The assignment was to create a stack with secrets. 02:09 There are answers to create a stack with secrets and deploy. 04:28 The app lifecycle. 36:45 Secrets can be used with local Docker toCompose. 02:55 There is a full app lifecycle with a single design. 10:10 Service updates include changing things in flight. 09:29 There are health checks in the files. There is a preview. 13:29 There is a quiz on the app lifecycle. There are 3 questions. There is information on swarm mastery. 00:42 Container registry: image storage and distribution. 29:37 The hub is called Digging Deeper. 07:44 Understanding the registry. 03:43 You can run a private registry. 07:30 The assignment is for a secure Docker registry. 00:49 Using a registry. 09:29 The third party image registry. 00:36 There is a quiz on container registries. There are 3 questions. There are 12 more sections. There are requirements.

Installation of your favorite text editor and browser is all you need. Local admin access to install a program. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it Understand the basics of a command prompt. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it There are Linux basics like shells and package managers. Know how to create a server in the cloud. Understand how database and web server communicate. You should have a GitHub account.

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Monthly in 2019. Prepare for the future with the number one course on Udemy. The most complete and up-to-date course for learning and using containers is here. The course was taught by an award-winning Docker Captain.

Are you starting out with Docker? It was perfect. If you are new to containers, this course is for you.

Are you saying that you need to deal with real-world problems now? I am here for you. See my production topics.

This course comes with Live Weekly Q&A with me.

I have followed another course on Udemy. This one is a million times more in depth.

The November update has sections on:

The top 10 security issues.

There are features in the 19.03 release.

Why do you need to learn from me? Why don’t you trust me to teach you how to use it? Please allow me to talk about myself for a second.

I am a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a person who works as a I have 20 years of IT experience, over 30 certifications, and have been using the container platform for my consulting clients and my own companies since the early days. You can learn from someone who has run hundreds of containers.

I teach. I want to teach you how to make a syllabus. People think I am good at it. Over the last few years, I have trained thousands of people on using the software. I teach at Linux Open Source Summit. I hope you join the online community and learn with me.

I lead communities. I think I know a thing or two about Docker and that I do well in sharing it with others. In the real world, I am a part of the tech community in Norfolk/Virginia Beach USA. I help online by learning from and helping others.

I landed my first job because of the course. Student Ronald Alonzo thanked the captain.

There are a lot of courses on Udemy, but ignore them, because Bret is the most qualified person to teach you.

A portion of my profit will be donated to support open source and protect our freedom online. The amazing people creating open source make this course possible. I am standing on the shoulders of giants. The Electronic Frontier Foundation and Free Software Foundation are my favorite charities. Look up. They are awesome!

As features change, this course will be updated.

The course is designed to get you started quickly but also give you a deeper understanding of why. It’s the best way to learn container skills. You can see the breadth of skills you will learn by looking at the scope of topics.

Also included is a private chat group with 20k students for getting help with this course and continuing your learning with help from myself and other students.

If you are struggling to get a handle on Docker, this is the resource you need to invest in.

There are many cool things you will do in this course.

You can change web code on your machine.

Private networks expose necessary ports, so lock down your apps.

You can create a swarm cluster in the cloud.

Learn how to use the leading server cluster tools.

Load balancing can be done with Virtual IP’s.

If you want to build and tiny deploys, you need to maximize your Dockerfiles.

Publish your own images.

There are differences between the two.

You can create your own image registry.

You can use Swarm Secrets to protect your environment.

In a rolling always-up design, deploy container updates.

The utopia of a single set of YAML files is created.

And so much more…

You will be able to after taking this course.

You can use it in your daily developer and/or sys admin roles.

It is possible to deploy apps to Kubernetes.

Make andCompose files.

Deploy H/A containers.

deploy using infrastructure-as-code methods

Then build a production using YAML.

You can protect your keys, certificates, and passwords with secrets.

Keep your images small and efficient.

Understand the pros and cons of each app you run.

Your code runs in a container.

Bind mounts and protect persistent data in volumes.

The latest container skills will help you lead your team into the future.

There are extra things that come with this course.

I was able to get help and advice from other students on the course.

There are bonus videos linked to from this courses resources.

There is a weekly live Q&A on the internet.

There are tons of reference links.

As the features on these topics change, there will be updates to the content.

Who this course is for?

Software developers, IT pros, and operators are at any skill level. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it Anyone who makes, deploys, or operates software.


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