Minimal knowledge of Docker accelerates learning
Minimal knowledge of Linux accelerates learning
A machine capable of running Docker
**** Understand everything you need to know to get started on the right foot with Continuous Integration (CI), Docker and Amazon AWS! *****
Do you need to know and make the most of all the power that Docker and Amazon AWS can give?
Do you want to take advantage of the power, lightness, and portability of containers and learn how to deploy them in production?
Do you need to put all the concepts of continuous integration into practice?
Regardless of your experience with Docker’s use on Amazon Web Services (AWS), this course puts you in direct contact with all your main concepts. We learn how to get the most out of containers Docker, Dockerfiles, Docker Registries (Docker Hub and Elastic Container Registry (ECR) from AWS), and container management by the Elastic Container Service (ECS).
Initially, we will do a brief review of what Docker is and what Docker Compose is and how to install them on your machine, be it Linux or Windows. Then we will integrate Docker into a Java application with Spring Boot, exploring Docker on AWS at a high level. We will learn how each of the main “pieces” works separately, bringing together all the essential parts of a Docker infrastructure in a Linux instance based on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), including installation, Dockerfiles, Docker Images and Docker Hub. Next, we’ll learn how to create clustered environments with Amazon ECS.
At this point, we will understand how all moving parts can be brought together in a real, publicly accessible deployment. Throughout the course, we will gradually add support for Continuous Integration. We will start by automating simple tasks that will gradually evolve into a Continuous Integration pipeline involving Github, Travis CI, and an ECS Cluster on Amazon AWS. It will be incredible you commit the code, push to Github, Travis CI builds the Docker Images, and deploy it on Amazon “Automagically.”
In addition to the Spring Boot application in the last sections of the course, we will Dockerize an ASP.NET Core application making it able to perform this type of task in more than one technology/language. By the end of this course, you will have learned fundamental knowledge about Continuous Integration and how to use Docker on AWS.
So don’t waste any more time going to classes!
Who this course is for:
Software developer analysts
Enthusiasts in general