Learn to deploy applications in containers using Docker and Kubernetes
Containerizing Software Applications (DO276) introduces you to deploying applications in containers using Docker and Kubernetes. Learn how to design containers for the deployment of an existing application across multiple containers, build and test those containers using Docker, and deploy the application in a Kubernetes cluster to achieve high availability and load balancing.
Through hands-on labs, students will take a monolithic application and break it down into its distinct services thereby illustrating how containers are an excellent vehicle for microservices architecture deployment.
Creating containers using Docker
Working with image registries
Providing persistent storage to a container
Creating new images using Dockerfiles
Implementing image design recommended practices
Orchestrating containers using Kubernetes
Provisioning development and testing environments with Vagrant
This course is intended for developers, architects, and system administrators who wish to learn how to deploy containerized applications using Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host software and what changes might make them well-behaved applications in a container environment.
Red Hat recommends these prerequisites:
Have familiarity with general programming and scripting concepts.
Have an understanding of the runtime environment configuration for the language of choice.
Have familiarity with relational database concepts and a basic knowledge of SQL; MySQL experience is recommended.
Have basic Red Hat Enterprise Linux administration skills; Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification recommended.
Duration: 3 days (Full-time)