Docker Training Course

Docker Online Training - Grow Your Skills Today

Today’s businesses have to stay on the edge to digitally transform themselves, but the old software constrains the business growth and the infrastructure while rationalizing an increasingly diverse portfolio of clouds, datacenters and application architectures. The Docker Training program engages true independence between applications and infrastructure and developers and IT ops to unlock their potential and creates a model for better collaboration and innovation. The Dockers Certification will get you integrated security framework for delivering safer applications and hereby improving policy automation that maintains performance and does not hamper your daily processes.

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               10000 Participants

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Instructor-led Sessions to give you in-depth knowledge on Docker Training Course

Familiarize yourself with real-life case studies by getting hand-on approach through Docker Training Program

Internationally acclaimed Subject Matter Expertise with 17+ years of Industry and Training Experience

Dockers Training Certification provided after successful completion of the course

Docker Training Course Overview


By the end of the course successful learners will be able to:

  • Deduce the foundations of containerization on a single Docker node through the study of Docker Training Program
  • Invent an image using Dockerfile best practices
  • Avail volumes in the application development process through Dockers Training certification
  • Administer concepts of the Docker networking model
  • Identify with the goal of services as a method of scaling containers
  • Utilize two different orchestrators (Swarm and Kubernetes) to deploy a single application across multiple machines
  • Describe the essential patterns used in a highly distributed EE application
  • Recognize how to configure EE applications for different environments without code changes.
  • Produce and containerize an EE application that are scalable, accessible, and fault-tolerant
  • Fasten different debugging and testing techniques to containerized EE applications
  • Frame and run the sample application on your local system using Kubernetes

Course Curriculum


Audience

This course is intended for:

  • Software Engineers
  • DevOps professionals

Related training

Recommended Related Training Courses:

  • Kubernetes

Certification

Docker Certification

Prerequisite

All students should be comfortable at the Linux command line.

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Training Options


ONLINE TRAINING

Instructor-Led Session


  • 1-day Instructor-led Online Training
  • Experienced Subject Matter Experts
  • Approved and Quality Ensured Training Material
  • 24*7 Leaner Assistance And Support

CORPORATE TRAINING

Customized to your team's need


  • Customized Training Across Various Domains
  • Instructor-Led Skill Development Program
  • Ensure Maximum ROI for Corporates
  • 24*7 Learner Assistance and Support

Course Outline


  • The Docker Story
  • Introduction to Images
  • Creating Images
  • System Commands
  • Volumes
  • Plugins
  • Docker Networking Basics
  • Docker Compose
  • Scaling out with Swarm Mode and Kubernetes
  • Managing Secrets
  • Architecture of a Highly Distributed Application
  • Development Pipeline Overview
  • Developing Applications using Docker
  • Debugging
  • Edit and Continue
  • Docker Compose
  • Testing
  • Health Check
  • Defensive Programming
  • Logging and Error Handling
  • Docker Builder
  • Routing Mesh
  • HTTP Routing Mesh

Course Advisor

Manpreet Singh Bindra

Subject Matter Expert

Extensive experience as an Oracle and Amazon Instructor

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Extensive experience as an Oracle and Amazon Instructor both in the classroom and in customized training at customer sites.Around 1500+ Man Days of experience in delivering Corporate Trainings on AWS Technical Essentials, Developing on AWS, Architect on AWS, Systems Operations on AWS, Java SE8, Java EE6, Spring 4, Spring Boot with MicroServices, Docker, Angular 5, ReactJS and Redux, Hibernate 3.5, Struts2, Oracle ADF 12c, Oracle SOA 12c, JAX-WS, JAX-RS, Design Pattern and web technologies.

  • Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 6 Programmer
  • Microsoft Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3
  • AWS Certified Developer - Associate

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FAQ's


Wikipedia defines Docker as an open-source project that automates the deployment of software applications inside containersby providing an additional layer of abstraction and automation of OS-level virtualization on Linux.

  • The industry standard today is to use Virtual Machines (VMs) to run software applications. VMs run applications inside a guest Operating System, which runs on virtual hardware powered by the server’s host OS.
  • VMs are great at providing full process isolation for applications: there are very few ways a problem in the host operating system can affect the software running in the guest operating system, and vice-versa. But this isolation comes at great cost — the computational overhead spent virtualizing hardware for a guest OS to use is substantial
  • Containers take a different approach: by leveraging the low-level mechanics of the host operating system, containers provide most of the isolation of virtual machines at a fraction of the computing power

Docker's rise has been nothing short of meteoric. Although containers by themselves are not a new technology, it was not until Docker arrived that they started to get mainstream attention. By providing standard APIs that made containers easy to use and creating a way for the community to collaborate around libraries of containers, Docker has radically changed the face of the technology landscape. In an article published by The Register in mid-2014, it was claimed that Google runs over two billion containers per week

  • Linux:
  • Any distribution running version 3.10+ of the Linux kernel
  • Specific instructions are available for most Linux distributions, including RHEL, Ubuntu, SuSE, and many others.
  • Microsoft Windows:
  • Windows Server 2016
  • Windows 10
  • Cloud:
  • Amazon EC2
  • Google Compute Engine
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Rackspace