About

Docker is leading the way as containers play a very vital role in the modern data-center today. The core features this course covers includes: container creation and management and interacting with Docker hub, Dockerfile is used to create, manage and custom images, advanced Docker networking (how to safely expose container services, and link containers)

The course involves comprehensive labs where the you use Docker, Git, and a continuous integration server to automate the testing of containerized applications. Docker volumes to manage persistent data, and Docker Compose to build multi-container applications

Delivery Method:

     Instructor
     Hands on Lab

Duration of Boot Camp:

                          3 day

Course Outline

Managing Containers

  • Installing Docker
  • Docker Control Socket
  • Creating a New Container
  • Listing Containers
  • Viewing Container Operational Details
  • Running Commands in an Existing Container
  • Interacting with a Running Container
  • Stopping, Starting, and Removing Containers

Managing Images

  • Docker Images
  • Listing and Removing Images
  • Searching for Images
  • Downloading Images
  • Committing Changes
  • Uploading Images
  • Export/Import Images
  • Save/Load Images

Creating Images with Dockerfile

  • Dockerfile
  • Caching
  • docker build
  • Dockerfile Instructions
  • ENV and WORKDIR
  • Running Commands
  • Getting Files into the Image
  • Defining Container Executable
  • Best Practices

Docker Networking

  • Overview
  • Data-Link Layer Details
  • Network Layer Details
  • Hostnames and DNS
  • Local Host <–> Container
  • Container <–> Container
  • Container <–> Container: Links
  • Remote Host <–> Container

Docker Volumes

  • Volume Concepts
  • Creating and Using Volumes
  • Changing Data in Volumes
  • Removing Volumes
  • Backing up Volumes
  • SELinux Considerations
  • Mapping Devices

Docker Compose

  • Concepts
  • Compose CLI
  • Defining a Service Set