Find out what you need to know before watching this course. David discusses how you should already have a basic understanding of containers and Docker. You should also be able to follow along with the course to perform numerous commands at the Linux command line.
- [Instructor] Here's what you need to know about this course. First off, it's based primarily on the Docker Certified Associated exam blueprint also know as the "Study Guide" over at the Docker Certification website. We just reviewed that study guide in the previous video. If you haven't downloaded that and thoroughly read through it before you prepare for the exam I encourage you to do that. In this course you're learn specifically how Docker images work. How to work with Docker files to build images and how to use Docker registries.
We'll be covering everything from the Docker images domain from the study guide. We'll spend a lot of time at the command line using Docker tools specifically around commands like Docker images. It's assumed that you have basic Docker and container knowledge before watching this course. If not, I recommend that you check out "Learning Docker" in our library. It's also assumed that you have basic Linux command-line knowledge will be moving around the Linux command-line using commands for example, like CD, LS.
Maybe a tool like Nano to edit text files. If you don't have basic Linux command-line knowledge there are courses in the library to help you gain that knowledge. I also highly recommend that you watch my Docker installation and configuration course before you begin this course on Docker image management. That course is going to give you some basic foundation on Docker, how it's installed, how it works, and how to get started.
- Docker Certified Associate (DCA)
- What are Docker images and Dockerfiles?
- Creating Docker images
- Tagging, modifying, and managing images
- Deploying a registry
- Pushing, pulling, and signing images
- Searching registries
- Deleting images from a registry