What you'll learn:
- Build Docker Containers
- Setup & Develop on Docker on Windows
- Deploy with Docker Containers
- Understand Advanced Networking in Docker
- Design & Build Docker Swarm Cluster
- Create Docker Services and Stacks
- Integrate Docker with CI/CD Pipelines
"This is the best course there is on Udemy for all things Docker. I just aced 3 DevOps interviews by studying this course from end to end. Can't wait for the Kubernetes course to come out.!!"- Student Testimonial
Learn advanced concepts in Docker with simple andclearly explained lectures with the help ofanimated slides. The lectures are followed by Demos. We then go through some coding exercises were you will practice Docker commands, and building your own application stack using Docker compose, Docker Service and Docker Stacks. You will be developing Docker compose files for various applications stacks and setting up cluster with Docker Swarm locally as well as on public cloud infrastructures . And finally we will work on an assignment that will give you exposure in deploying a complex application in Docker Swarm.
"This course is awesome. I am getting in depth knowledge on docker. I subscribed to some other docker courses on Udemy but this one is the best." - Student Testimonial
In this course we go deeper into the concepts, we look at Docker Service, what a Docker stack is, what Docker Swarm is, what are overlay networks, and how we load balance in Docker. We will look at CI/CD pipeline integration with docker and docker’s support on public cloud platforms.
What is so special about THIScourse?
Lectures backed by animated slides makes it simple andeasy to understand. This is the only course that provides Coding Exercises were you can practice Docker filesright in your browser.
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