Instructor: Adrian Ryan
This course is for anyone with a basic understanding of what containers are, and even why you'd want to use them, but who doesn't understand the nitty-gritty of how they work yet. You should have a basic technical literacy, as well as an understanding of cloud app architecture. In this course, you'll learn about the major concepts around containers. You'll learn about different container systems, learn all about orchestration, get a better understanding of how and why to build and run 12-factor apps on containers, container security issues, and you'll even get a quick look at how to get a microservices app up-and-running on your computer in about two minutes with Docker compose.
Understand the options for running containers
Understand the common security concerns
Know why orchestration is important
Understand what types of applications should be containerized
Understand how logging and monitoring works with containers
What You'll Learn
Course Intro: What to expect from this course
Microservices: Designing Microservices and 12-factor apps.
Running a Microserve App on Compose: Demo of using Compose.
Container Orchestration: What is orchestration and how does it work?
Container Security: Best practices to make containers more secure.
Container Logging and Monitoring: An overview of tools commonly used for monitoring.
Container Systems and OSs: Different Linux Containers: LXC, Docker, rkt, OCI, and an overview of Windows Containers.
Wrap-Up: Course summary
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