- [Instructor] An easy way to get started with Docker…running on a production grade server…is to run it in Amazon Web Services.…Let's go ahead and deploy Docker's Community Edition…on CentOS in Amazon Web Services.…We're here in the AWS console.…I'm just going to click launch instance…and then from the AWS marketplace…let's type in CentOS.…I'll take the first image that comes up here.…This is a free tier eligible image and I'll click Select.…
We can take all the defaults here…because we're deploying Docker Community Edition…just for testing, learning, and training.…So the resource requirements are very, very small.…Of course, if we were deploying Docker…for production applications…we would want to carefully consider the sizing…of the hardware resources.…I'll click Review and Launch.…Take the default and click Launch.…Now we'll need to create a new key pair…if you don't have one already.…
I'll just call this pair linkedin…and click Download Key Pair.…With that key pair downloaded, I'll click Launch Instance.…And we'll give it a moment to launch our new…
- Docker Certified Associate prep
- Docker editions and platforms
- Docker namespaces
- Installing Docker
- Configuring repositories and Docker swarm
- Creating users and teams
- Backing up Docker
- Troubleshooting Docker errors
Skill Level Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Containerswith David Linthicum1h 16m Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Preparing to Install Docker
2. Installing Docker
3. Configuring Docker
4. Troubleshooting Docker Install and Config
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