You will learn the necessary skills to use Docker in your development work. This course takes a hands-on approach. Learn how to run and manage Docker containers, build docker images, debug Docker issues and use Docker Compose to run multiple containers together.
Have you encountered situations when an application worked on a developer’s local machine but failed on other devices? Have you spent time diagnosing issues caused by misconfiguration? Are you frustrated with being unable to run code deployed in production on your local machine to diagnose production issues? Docker is here to help you in fixing these issues.
Containerization is a way to run applications in an isolated environment called a container. Docker is a tool designed to make creating, deploying, and running applications using containers easier. Containers and Docker have become popular ways to package, deploy and run applications. They enable you to standardize the development workflow by codifying the instructions for building and packaging your applications.
Containers and Docker can be confusing to beginners. There are a lot of concepts to learn, and it can be challenging to see how these concepts fit together. In this course, I have summarized my years of experience automating development workflow with Docker so that you can learn the essential skills faster and become productive from day one. This course helps you learn faster by explaining the bigger picture and the problems they solve and focusing only the on the essential skills used in the development workflow.
Enroll now and begin the journey to becoming a more productive developer.