Containers provide portable environments for hosting an application, or parts of an application. Docker is a set of platform as a service products that use OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers. Containers are isolated from one another and bundle their own software, libraries and configuration files; they can communicate with each other through well-defined channels.
Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for automating computer application deployment, scaling, and management.
This certification covers the popular container platform and their management - Kubernetes and Docker.
Note: Please note that the course comes with online e-learning (videos) only. No hard copy will be provided.
Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge of Linux Command line
Why should one take this certification?
Kubernetes and Docker are the de facto technology for containers and their management. They have gained popularity with the rise in cloud computing, virtualization and anything-as-a-service.
The certification covers
Who will benefit from taking this certification?
- Container Basics
- Docker, Dockerfiles and Docker Compose files
- Docker CLI
- Containerize and deploy web applications
- Docker Swarm Cluster
- Single node Kubernetes cluster using Minikube
- Multi-node cluster on Cloud using Kubeadm
- Deploy, Scale, Update, Schedule containers with advanced Kubernetes orchestration options
- Containerize and Deploy multi-tier applications
- On-premise vs Kubernetes as a managed service
- Google Kubernetes Engine and Azure Container Service
The certification is apt for professionals and senior executives in IT management or administration with emphasis on containerization and cloud computing.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Introduction to Container
- Making a Web Application
- A Forest of Virtual Machines (VMs)
- Hello Containers
- Hello Docker!
Docker Architecture and Dockerfiles
- Stages of Containerization
- Working of Docker
- A Quick Look at the Format of a Dockerfile
Docker Images and Containers
- Understanding Docker Images
- Working with Docker Images
- Container lifecycle
- Multi-container Applications and Introduction to Networking in Docker
- Container Networking Model (CNM) of Docker
- Docker's Native Network Drivers
- Demo: Creating Docker Networks
- Ping One Container from another
Storage with Docker
- Never Lose a "Bit" of Your Data
- Working with Volumes
- Bind Mounts
- Docker Compose
- Structure and Setting up Docker Compose
Container Orchestration with Docker Swarm.
- Introduction to Container Orchestration and Docker Swarm
- Handling Swarm Failure
Introduction to Kubernetes
- What about the More Popular One?
- Kubernetes: An Origin Story
- Kubernetes: Architecture
Understanding Container Orchestration with Pods
- What are Pods?
- Operating Kubernetes
- Working with Pods
- Lifecycle of a Pod
- Labels, Selectors, and Namespaces
- Kubernetes Controllers – Concept and Types
- Introduction to Deployments
- Introduction to Jobs
Networking and Storage with Kubernetes
- Introduction to Services and Service Types
- ClusterIP Services and NodePort Services
- Storage in Kubernetes
Advanced Orchestration with Kubernetes
- Node Eviction from a Kubernetes Cluster
- Taints and Tolerations
Managed Kubernetes as a Service on the Cloud.
- Setting up a Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Cluster
- Persistent Volume and Load Balancing on GKE
- Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure Cloud
- Docker GUI with Kitematic
- Introduction to Serverless Kubernetes