Getting Started with Docker

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There have been some major changes to Docker that were introduced with Docker 1.12, and this course, Getting Started with Docker, will help get you up to speed. You'll start with installing Docker on the most common development and production platforms - Windows and Mac laptops, Windows Server 2016, and Linux. Next, you'll get to see some fundamental concepts of containers and images, including how to perform common management tasks. You'll also spend a good deal of time covering all the new stuff introduced with Docker 1.12, including Swarm mode, services, scaling, rolling updates, stacks, and distributed application bundles. After this course, you'll be up and running with some of the game-changing improvements announced with Docker 1.12 and have a solid understanding of the fundamentals of Docker.
  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Course Introduction
    • Introduction
  • Installing Docker
    • Module Intro
    • Docker for Windows
    • Docker for Mac
    • Installing Docker on Windows Server 2016
    • Installing Docker on Linux
    • Module Summary
  • Working with Containers
    • What Is a Container?
    • The 'docker run' Command
    • Theory of Pulling and Running Containers
    • Working with Images
    • Container Lifecycle
    • Lesson Recap
  • Swarm Mode and Microservices
    • Module Intro
    • Swarm Mode Theory
    • Configuring Swarm Mode
    • Services
    • Scaling Services
    • Rolling Updates
    • Stacks and DABs
    • Recap
  • What Next!
    • Next Steps
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