Need to learn Docker? This is the course for you! This course provides a soup-to-nuts learning experience for core Docker technologies, including the Docker Engine, Images, Containers, Registries, Networking, Storage, and more. All of the behind the scenes theory is explained, and all concepts are clearly demonstrated on the command line. No prior knowledge of Docker or Linux is required.
Nigel is a popular figure in the tech industry, renowned for his love of storage and deep technical knowledge. Nigel writes a popular long-running storage blog as well as having hosted many popular technology podcasts, all of which are which are known for their excellent treatment of technical topics.
Hi, and welcome to Pluralsight. So, I'm Nigel, and I am containerized software running on top of top-spec biological hardware. Yeah, that's me. I'm all over containers in Docker and stuff like that. So, I create awesome Docker and container courses here at Pluralsight, and I do work with a team over at Docker Inc. as well.
And you know what? To cut a long story short, I pretty much live and breathe containers.
This course is a quick introduction to machine learning. No prior knowledge is required.
Anyway, Docker and containers are hot. I mean it's rare that I'll have a technical conversation these days without somebody asking me about containers, and more and more those people are actually using them. Yeah, most people have them in a lab somewhere, but increasingly people are rolling out business-critical production apps that are based on containers. And when we're talking line of business apps in production, we really want to get this stuff right, yeah? So, with that in mind, I am really excited to be bringing you this Docker deep dive course, a course that I honestly designed to be able to take you from, and I know this sounds cheesy, but from zero to hero. You really can start from the most basic level of IT experience, and by the end of the course you will have Docker knowledge coursing through your veins.
We cover the theory and the hands-on starting with the basics and building up a solid knowledge.
So, good luck with the course, and live long and prosper in the coming world of containers.