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 as we perform numerous commands at the Linux command line.
- [Instructor] This course is based primarily on the Docker Certified Associate exam blueprint. Specifically, domain three, which covers installing and configuring Docker. Because of that, this course isn't project based, but more focused toward the exam objectives. For example, we won't be creating a production-ready Docker cluster from start to finish. We'll focus instead, on specific installation and configuration tasks, as defined in the DCA exam blueprint. We'll be installing and configuring Docker on multiple platforms, including Linux, Amazon Web Services, Windows server, Windows 10 and Mac OS.
We'll spend a fair amount of time at the command line, moving in and out of directories, editing files and running command line tools. We'll assume that you already have basic knowledge of Docker and containers in general. If not, I recommend that you watch, Learning Docker, by Arthur Eufelt, in our library. We'll also assume that you have basic knowledge of the Linux command line, but if not, you can follow along with what I type and I am confident that you'll be fine.
- 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