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Docker - The Complete Guide Training

Docker - The Complete Guide Course: Docker containers wrap a piece of software in a complete filesystem that contains everything needed to run: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries – anything that can be installed on a server. This guarantees that the software will always run the same, regardless of its environment. Containers running on a single machine share the same operating system kernel; they start instantly and use less RAM. Images are constructed from layered filesystems and share common files, making disk usage and image downloads much more efficient. Docker containers are based on open standards, enabling containers to run on all major Linux distributions and on Microsoft Windows -- and on top of any infrastructure. Containers isolate applications from one another and the underlying infrastructure, while providing an added layer of protection for the application.
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Docker - The Complete Guide Course Curriculum

Introduction Installing Docker on Ubuntu
Installing Docker on CentOS
Installing Docker on a Raspberry Pi
Using BootDocker to Get a Docker Host on OS X
Starting a Docker Host in the Cloud by Using Docker Machine
Running Hello World in Docker
Creating, Starting, Stopping, and Removing Containers
Using Supervisor to Run WordPress in a Single Container
Backing Up a Database Running in a Container
Sharing Data Between Containers
Introduction Keeping Changes Made to a Container by Committing to an Image
Packaging a Flask Application Inside a Container
Versioning an Image with Tags
Using Packer to Create a Docker Image
Using ONBUILD Images
Setting Up an Automated Build on Docker Hub for Continuous Integration
Introduction Finding the IP Address of a Container
Linking Containers in Docker
Choosing a Container Networking Namespace
Using pipework to Understand Container Networking
Using OVS with Docker
Running Containers on a Weave Network
Deploying flannel Overlay Between Docker Hosts
Diving Deeper into the Docker Network Namespaces Configuration
Introduction Managing and Configuring the Docker Daemon
Running the Docker Test Suite for Docker Development
Using nsenter Introducing runc
Securing the Docker Daemon for Remote Access
Using docker-py Securely
Introduction Understanding Kubernetes Architecture
Creating a Multinode Kubernetes Cluster with Vagrant
Taking Advantage of Labels for Querying Kubernetes Objects
Running Multiple Containers in a Pod
Creating a Single-Node Kubernetes Cluster Using Docker Compose
Starting Kubernetes Components with the hyperkube Binary
Running the Kubernetes Dashboard
Configuring Authentication to a Kubernetes Cluster
Introduction Discovering the CoreOS Linux Distribution with Vagrant
Starting a CoreOS Cluster via Vagrant to Run Containers on Multiple Hosts
Deploying a flannel Overlay Between CoreOS Instances
Starting an Atomic Instance on AWS to Use Docker
Starting an Ubuntu Core Snappy Instance on AWS EC
Using Docker Compose to Test Apache Mesos and Marathon on Docker
Using Docker Machine to Create a Swarm Cluster Across Cloud Providers
Managing Containers Through Docker UI
Orchestrating Containers with Ansible Docker Module
Running Containers on a Cluster Using Lattice
Using the Mesos Docker Containerizer on a Mesos Cluster
Starting a Docker Host on AWS EC
Starting a Docker Host on Microsoft Azure
Starting a Docker Host on Azure with Docker Machine
Using Google Container Registry to Store Your Docker Images
Using Kubernetes in the Cloud via GCE
Creating an ECS Cluster
Starting an Application in the Cloud Using Docker Support in AWS Beanstalk
Obtaining Usage Statistics of a Running Container
Getting the Logs of a Container with docker logs
Using Logspout to Collect Container Logs
Using Collectd to Visualize Container Metrics
Monitoring Container Metrics with InfluxDB, Grafana, and cAdvisor
CI/CD: Building a Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Jenkins and Apache Mesos
DATA: Building an S-Compatible Object Store with Cassandra on Kubernetes
DATA: Dynamically Configuring a Load-Balancer for a MySQL Galera Cluster

Frequently Asked Questions

We provide classroom-based as well as online training. Since this is a hand-on training so batches generally does not contain more than 4 people.

We will provide web services specific study material as the course progresses. You will have lifetime access to all the code and basic settings needed for these Docker through our github account and the study material that we share with you. You can use that for quick reference.

Feel free to drop a mail to us at and we will get back to you at the earliest for your queries on Docker course

We have tie ups with various companies and placement organizations to whom we connect our learners. Each Docker training ends with career consulting

Minimum 2-3 projects of industry standards on Docker will be provided

Yes, we provide our own course completion certificate to all students. Each Docker training in bangalore ends with training and project completion certificate

You can pay by card (debit/credit), cash, cheque and net-banking. You can pay in two installments

We take immense pride to provide post training career consulting for Docker training

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