Did software evolution make your life complicated? Can you honestly say that isolating services has made your life simple? Do you constantly need to maintain VMs, reinstall applications and start and stop services just to write a few lines of code?
Meet Docker, the tool that can simply let you do your job. Automate (almost) anything without maintaining multiple VMs. The result: leaving you with time, peace of mind and the confidence that the environment you deploy in production is as close as possible to your development machine. Gone are the days of “works-on-my-machine” train of thought.
What will you learn? We’ll start with Docker basics, how to run and build images and then learn about composition, how multiple containers can communicate and share data.
Lecturers: Dror Gluska
OUR NEXT WORKSHOP: March 31, 2020
· Tech Leads
At least 1 year of experience developing software
By the end of this workshop you will:
· Understand Docker
· Build and Run Containers
· Compose and control multiple containers
Introduction to Docker
What is Docker?
Why Docker for Developers?
Filesystems, Layers, Images, Containers
Running our first Docker container
Building our first Docker container
Orchestration for Developers
Container Configuration practices
Requirements for attending the workshop:
● Laptop with Docker installed in one of the following configurations:
Linux installed natively on the machine
Linux Virtual Machine in HyperV, VirtualBox or VMWare
Docker Desktop for Windows in Linux Containers Mode (https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/install/)
● Make sure you’re ready for class by running:
Docker run-it ubuntu
You should get an ubuntu terminal session
● A favorite text editor to edit your Docker files, I personally prefer Visual Studio Code with Docker extension
● Git installation
Unless otherwise stated, the workshop runs 1 day, 9:30 to 17:30.