Introduction to Docker Setup and Configuration

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7 HOURS OF TRAINING
9 SKILLS
56 VIDEOS
0 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Mastering Docker: with Kubernetes and Swarm FAQs: Cost, Training, Value

What will you learn in this Docker administration training?

This course covers a lot of ground, but all of it is about containers and containerization orchestration. From simple projects to very complicated ones, they're all helped with containers. In this course, you'll learn how to choose between the best options: Docker, Docker Swarm and Kubernetes. Learn to master the configuration, deployment and orchestration with all three.

Who should take this Docker, Kubernetes and Swarm course?

The world of DevOps has continued to expand and now includes many people that might not be used to trying to marry development processes with operations technology. This course in using Docker, Kubernetes and Docker Swarm is a great choice for anyone who suddenly discovers they need to understand containerization but haven't had the chance.

Is this training in using Docker with Kubernetes and Swarm associated with any certifications?

No, this course is all about actually using Docker, Kubernetes and Swarm in real-world settings, not memorizing facts for a certification exam. But, if you're working toward a certification or have a learning plan for a DevOps course of study, this course is a great way to understand your options in the containerization and orchestration scene.

What certification should you consider after taking this course in mastering Docker with Kubernetes?

You might want to consider the Docker Certified Associate, offered by Docker itself after you take this course. Since this course is about mastering Swarm, Kubernetes and Docker, it isn't meant for any one exam prep. The same is true of the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) or Application Developer, offered by the Linux Foundation.

Why should you take this Docker and Kubernetes administration training?

You should take this course if you work with creating containerized applications or with managing, deploying or managing a containerized environment. Docker Swarm, Kubernetes and Docker can work together to create solutions that some might think are magical – harness that magic with this course and set your DevOps solutions up for success.