Docker is the latest in Automation in virtualization of Servers. Many of the top companies like PayPal, eBay, lyft, groupon and many others are starting to implement Docker in production. Even though Docker is new, it is already a sought after skill for System Administrators, Developers and anyone looking to setup any kind of web server, you are going to need Docker. Your skills and experience after taking this course will get you ready to use Docker from development to production. You will be able to automate the entire process from development to production.
In this course you will begin with Installing Docker and getting your pc ready for Docker. Then you will learn about pulling Docker images and we will go though the Docker commands and start creating web servers like tomcat and nginx. Docker is easy to setup and run especially if you are using Kitematic.
In this course I will be teaching you how to download and install Docker on Mac Windows and Linux. We will also be using Docker hub to find and create images. Then we will be going over some of the Docker Commands that you can use build and run containers. We will be creating custom Docker images as well There is one assignment at the beginning of this course. In the Future I will provide more assignments for this course.
This is your first assigment
In this section we will be creating our first Dockerfile
In this section I will show you how to create a volume using Docker
Questions and Answers can be found here
The flavors of linux that I have used and installed are: Fedora, Redhat, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, Centos, OpenSuse, Mint, ArchLinux etc.... I really like to create new productions and learn new things. I also want to be an instructor and teach people how to use technology to make there world a better place.
I am intending on writing several other courses on vagrant, Basic Linux, and Creating Automation Scripts
Some of my hobbies are Exercising, Marathons, Watching movies and Tv Shows, Paint balling, and just about any sport except for soccer.
I hope to help out people that are maybe struggling with linux or containers.