Docker simplifies developing and releasing software by unifying environments and allowing teams to leverage distributed systems. Learn how to develop using Docker, examine the domains of the Docker Certified Associate exam, and get started orchestrating containers using Kubernetes.
Learn how to develop and release software using Docker.
Explore continuous delivery, networking, and orchestration.
Study for the Docker Certified Associate certification exam.
Learn the basics of Docker, the open-source tool for deploying and managing applications as containers.
2h 41m • COURSE
Docker Essential Training: 1 Installation and Configuration with David Davis
Learn to install and configure Docker on Mac, Windows, and Linux, as well as cloud-based environments such as Amazon Web Services.
1h 28m • COURSE
Docker Essential Training: 2 Orchestration with David Davis
Enhance your Docker skill set by learning about Docker container technologies. This course can prepare you for the first domain of the Docker Certified Associate exam.
1h 4m • COURSE
Docker Essential Training: 3 Image Creation, Management, and Registry with David Davis
Learn how to create and manage Docker images, Dockerfiles, and registries, while you study for the Docker Certified Associate (DCA) exam.
1h 34m • COURSE
Docker Essential Training: 4 Storage and Volumes with David Davis
Learn the basics of Docker storage, including cluster storage and persistent storage with volumes.
54m 45s • COURSE
Docker Essential Training: 6 Security with David Davis
Learn how to make Docker containers more secure. Review essential container security concepts as you explore how to configure Docker security.
46m 8s • COURSE
Docker: Continuous Delivery with Arthur Ulfeldt
Discover how to use Docker to build deployment systems. Learn how to use Jenkins with Docker; review key deployment and integration concepts; explore how to create an integration test job; and more.
1h 57m • COURSE
Learning Kubernetes with Karthik Gaekwad
Learn how to deploy container-based applications using Kubernetes, the popular open-source orchestration engine.
2h 19m • COURSE
You'll learn containerization skills with these experts
Arthur Ulfeldt is a Linux geek, a futurist, and a software engineer at Yummly.
An all-around tech enthusiast, he gets excited about all the fancy new developments around Linux, new programming languages, and whatever the current "next new thing™" is. His specialties include Clojure, Linux Kernel, security, functional programming, and cloud deployment systems (what used to be called DevOps). He has been a software engineer at Untangle and Brocade and is currently employed at Yummly. Connect with him on Twitter or LinkedIn.
David Davis is a well-known author, speaker, and evangelist in enterprise technology.
David has created over 50 video training courses in the areas of virtualization, cloud computing, and container technology. He holds several certifications—including VCP, VCAP, CCIE—and has been awarded the VMware vExpert award 10 years running. He is a partner at ActualTechMedia.com. Find David on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidmdavis/. You can follow David on Twitter as @DavidMDavis.
Karthik Gaekwad is a principal Oracle engineer who builds software using cloud and container technologies.
Karthik graduated from the University of Arizona with a BS and MS in computer engineering in 2007. After graduating, he moved to Austin, Texas to work on the ecommerce team at National Instruments (NI) IT as a developer and created the first version of Parts list and various other ecommerce applications.
In 2009, he moved into the LabVIEW R&D group at NI, where he was an engineer for its cloud-based SaaS and mobile products. He designed and implemented the cloud-based authentication and licensing system for the NI cloud products and worked on various features to integrate the products with the NI purchasing systems. Finally, Karthik also spent some time with the mobile team at NI creating the first iOS version of Data Dashboard.
In 2012, he moved to R&D at Mentor Graphics Embedded to work on cloud products for embedded engineers.
He enjoys working on the development side of the DevOps paradigm, and is most interested in creating REST style services and product user experiences. He also is an organizer for DevOpsDays Austin and Cloud Austin.