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What you would learn in Essential Docker Containers - The Practical Guide course?
This is your first Docker course. Docker is a platform-as-a-service product that uses OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers. Containers are separate from one another and contain their libraries, software, and configuration files. They can communicate with each via clearly defined channels. Many applications, even the funky cloud-native microservices, require high-performance, production-grade infrastructure. A thorough understanding of Docker can help you succeed in today's cloud-based world. Through the course, you'll acquire the necessary skills to use Docker and its various containers. Docker helps speed up the latest applications' development, sharing, and execution. Docker is a program that uses containers to help you develop, deploy, and run programs. Learn the basics of Docker, including image pull, running containers, stopping them, and deleting images. You will also learn ways to build your Docker networks and connect containers to custom networks. Then, you'll be able how to expose the internal port ports of containers to the outside world and add the environment variables that containers need to use. You will also discover how to create connections between containers across different networks and remove the network you created. Additionally, you will be proficient in changing the permission of the volume from read-write to only read-only.
Through this class, students will be taught
Learn how to create your very first Docker file.
The running Node as well as Python applications with Docker containers
Setting the environment variables needed for containers using Docker
Learn how to copy the volume and mount it into another container
Learn how to use Docker images to create containers.