Docker performs operating-system-level virtualization that runs on the Linux platform, making it possible for you to run containers, which house an application and all its functional parts. It allows you to set up a virtual machine, of sorts, in which the entire system is mirrored from your program to the receiving computer system. It performs this through the use of Docker Containers. Containers don't need separate operating systems, and they allow OpenStack development to be consistent across systems. It reduces environment variables and eases application delivery.
This Docker training course features the foundational to advanced concepts and practices of containerization on Docker. The course offers learners the opportunity to assimilate basic container orchestration and how to scale out with Swarm and Kubernetes and beyond.
You’ll learn how to apply Docker, the workloads for which it is best suited, and how to migrate existing applications into containers. This Docker course covers core container concepts and how to deploy and orchestrate containers. The focus of the course is container role in modern DevOps including using Docker with configuration management and continuous integration tools. Emphasis is placed on best practices for Docker files and container deployment for high availability, robust and secure software.