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Real World Docker

Real World Docker
English | SKU: 02368 | 2016-06-20 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 3 hrs 47 min | 1016 MB

A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills
In this project-based Real World Docker video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.

Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get:
- Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Real World Docker training videos delivered to your desktop
- The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface
- A quick grasp of even the most complex Real World Docker subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos

Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Real World Docker tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects.

Feeling uncertain about how to use Docker in the real world? This course will put you at ease. Beginning with single-app deployments and managing a database all the way to building a dynamic architecture with automated service discovery, the course gives examples and code on how to build and deploy your apps in a Docker environment.

To get the most out of the class, learners will need access to the toolsets listed in the bullets below, and have a basic understanding of Docker and basic Docker commands.

* Gain hands-on experience using Docker in a variety of real-world situations
* Learn to deploy a single-service monolithic application with continuous testing deployment
* Review methods for deploying, backing up and restoring a Docker database
* Understand how to build and secure a Docker "swarm" consisting of multiple web servers
* Learn to dynamically route external traffic to Docker containers using automated service discovery
* Required tools: Computer running Linux, OSX 10.8+, or 64-bit ShiChuang 7+
* Required computing infrastructure: Access to AWS, Digital Ocean, or Rackspace

Table of Contents

01. Introduction
Course Introduction
About The Author
Advantages Of Container-Based Architecture
The Emerging Microservices Architectural Pattern
0105 How To Access Your Working Files

02. Deploying Monolithic/Singer-Service Applications
0201 Server Setup, Building & Deploying A Single Application
0202 Local-Development Workflow
0203 Local-Development With A Database
0204 Working With Production Dabases
0205 Backing Up And Restoring Database Data

03. Continous Deployment With CircleCI
0301 Continuous Testing
0302 Continuous Deployment From A Master Branch
0303 Continuous Deployment For Other Environments

04. Introduction To Services And Microservices
0401 Why Services And Microservices Can Work So Well
0402 Why Docker Is The Perfect Fit For Microservices
0403 3 Quick Wins Of A Good Microservice
0404 The Journey Of Breaking A Monolith Into Microservices

05. Service Discovery - The Big New Piece
0501 The Role Of Service Discovery In Disposable Infrastructure
0502 Service Registration With Etcd
0503 Service Registration With Consul

06. Dynamic Architecture/Nodes
0601 Creating A Swarm Of Docker Servers
0602 Deploying Applications To Your Swarm
0603 Adding Tags To Control Container Placement
0604 Security Concerns With Docker Swarm

07. Dynamic Registration & Discovery
0701 Service Discovery Patterns
0702 Getting Our Registry Up And Going
0703 Service Self-Registration
0704 Sidekick Service Registration
0705 Automated Container Registration
0706 Dynamic Load Balancing
0707 Dynamic Load Balancing Code Walkthrough
0708 SSL Termination
0709 Docker Anti-Patterns

08. Deployment Strategies
0801 Rolling Deployments With Multiple Containers
0802 Red-Black Deployments
0803 Blue-Green Deployments
0804 Multiple-Running-Version Deployments

09. Conclusion
0901 Wrap-Up And Thank You


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