In Docker, images are the files that execute the code that make all the packaging, deploying and running applications that Docker is known and loved for possible. But you won't just learn to write the instructions that Docker containers follow from this course, you'll practice actually building images in simulated environments.
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Developers and DevOps administrators will want to take this course on building images in Docker. If any part of your job depends on writing code that can run in any environment or ecosystem, take this course – start packaging your code with all its components so that it has everything it needs to work perfectly every time.
No, this course isn't associated with any IT industry certifications. This course focuses on giving you real-world experience with building Docker images. If there's a certification exam which tests you on bundling up components and resources into a Docker image, this course will help you prepare for it – but it's mostly meant for real-world use.
The Docker Certified Associate is the only IT industry that's directly associated with Docker, it validates all the skills and experience necessary to use the containerization software. The DCA exam won't just cover building images, though, it also includes writing Docker files and managing Kubernetes Clusters, so this course is just one step in the journey.
You should take this course on building Docker images because odds are great that if you're a developer or a DevOps administrator, your future 'dream job' requires confidence with Docker. Get started on the long path to mastery over Docker with this course that shows you the first steps: building images in Docker.