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  • Copyright 2016
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-439873-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-439873-0

Nearly 3 Hours of Video Instruction
  
Docker Orchestration and Microservices LiveLessons provides developers with key insights and best practices for how to develop and orchestrate containerized microservices.

 
Description

In this video training, Charlie Crawford starts by introducing some of the motivations behind microservices and how to properly containerize web applications using Docker. He then does a quick overview of how Docker registries can help to store artifacts from your built images. Following this, he walks you through Docker's latest tools: docker-compose, docker-machine, and docker-swarm. Specifically, Charlie covers how to use these tools to aid in both developing and deploying to a wide variety of system and container configurations. He then turns to Kubernetes, the popular container orchestration system created by Google. After watching this video, developers will have a strong understanding of modern containerized applications and microservices and will understand how these systems can benefit them.


Skill Level

  • Intermediate

What You Will Learn

  • How to begin designing your web apps as microservices
  • How to use Docker to containerize your microservices
  • How to leverage modern Docker orchestration tools to aid in both developing and deploying your applications
  • How to use Google's container orchestration platform Kubernetes
  • A strong understanding of the modern devops and container orchestration landscape

Who Should Take This Course

  • Users of Docker who are looking to move from ad-hoc setups to more formal and powerful orchestrated setups. 
  • Those interested in microservice-based architectures

Course Requirements

  • Basic understanding of Docker
  • Understanding of web services
  • A programming background

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Lesson 1: Understand Microservices
Lesson 1, “Understand Microservices,” covers the basics of what a microservice is, what problems it solves, and new challenges micoservices bring. Also discussed is how Docker fits into microservices and how it can be a great help in developing microservice-based systems.

Lesson 2: Dockering Your Microservices
Lesson 2, “Dockerizing your Microservices,” looks at creating a basic microservice using Node.js. Next, this lesson covers how to create a Docker image containing the microservice and its dependencies.

Lesson 3: Using Registries to Store and Distribute Docker
Lesson 3, “Using Registries to Store and Distribute Docker,” looks at using the Docker Hub service as a repository to store your custom docker images. Additionally covered is how to trigger automatic rebuilds of Docker images upon a code push to Github.

Lesson 4: Deploying Single Instance Single Container Apps with Docker Machine
Lesson 4, “Deploying Single Instance Single Container Apps with Docker Machine,” covers doing basic dockerized app deployments using Docker Machine. This sets the foundation for work in future lessons with Docker Compose and Docker swarm.

Lesson 5: Local Development of Microservices-Based Apps with Docker Compose
Lesson 5, “Local Development of Microservices-Based Apps with Docker Compose,” explores how Docker is not only useful in a production environment, but a development one as well. One of the largest challenges of microservices is the more complex setup required for a development environment; however, Docker Compose makes local development easier than ever.

Lesson 6: Deploying Single Instance Multi-Container Apps with Docker Compose and Docker Machine
Lesson 6, “Deploying Single Instance Multi-Container Apps with Docker Compose and Docker Machine,” is about extending Docker Compose beyond development environments to do multi-container apps on a single instance, quickly and easily.

Lesson 7: Multi-Instance Multi-Container Applications with Docker Swarm
Lesson 7, “Multi-Instance Multi-Container Applications with Docker Swarm,” is where we take our first look at complex multi-instance and multi-container deployments. Docker Swarm is built on the Docker API, so a lot of knowledge carries over from vanilla Docker, but there are still additional swarm constructs to learn, such as the master and slave node systems.

Lesson 8: Advanced Docker Swarm Configuration
Lesson 8, “Advanced Docker Swarm Configuration,” takes a deeper look into Docker Swarm and teaches you about advanced configuration options such as container affinities.

Lesson 9: Container Orchestration with Kubernetes
Lesson 9, “Container Orchestration with Kubernetes,” looks at Kubernetes, which takes a different approach to orchestration than Swarm. Kubernetes brings in many new concepts such as pods, replication controllers, services, and more.


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Video: Docker Orchestration and Microservices: An Introduction

Video: Docker Orchestration and Microservices: Define a Docker Registry

Video: Docker Orchestration and Microservices: How Docker Can Benefit a Microservice Architecture

Video: Docker Orchestration and Microservices: Use Docker Machine to Deploy to a Cloud Provider

Table of Contents

Introduction

Docker Fundamentals

Understand basic Docker concepts
Using Dockerfiles to create images

Lesson 1: Thinking in Terms of Microservices

Learning objectives
1.1     Understand microservices
1.2     Understand what problems microservices solve
1.3     Understand the complexities introduced by microservices
1.4     Define an example of a microservice-based architecture

Lesson 2: Dockerizing Your Microservices

Learning objectives
2.1     Understand how docker can benefit a microservice architecture
2.2     Create a docker container for each app
2.3     Configure your apps for both production and development

Lesson 3: Using Registries to Store and Distribute Docker Images

Learning objectives
3.1     Define a Docker registry
3.2     Configure your Docker image to be pushed to Docker Hub
3.3     Configure your Docker image to be rebuilt upon code pushes to Github

Lesson 4: Deploying Single Instance Single Container Apps with Docker Machine

Learning objectives
4.1     Understand how Docker Machine works
4.2     Use Docker Machine to simulate deployment with a VM
4.3     Use Docker Machine to deploy to a cloud provider
4.4     Understand the basics of multi-container apps

Lesson 5: Local Development of Microservices-Based Apps with Docker Compose

Learning objectives
5.1     Define application topologies with Docker Compose
5.2     Connect a local test DB with Docker Compose
5.3     Define the right sub­topology for each microservice's local development

Lesson 6: Deploying Single Instance Multi­Container Apps with Docker Compose and Docker Machine

Learning objectives
6.1     Configure a new docker­compose file for production
6.2     Use a .env file to securely use env vars
6.3     Use Compose and Machine together to deploy the application

Lesson 7: Multi­Instance Multi-Container Applications with Docker Swarm

Learning objectives
7.1     Understand the basics of a cluster
7.2     Configure your swarm to use a service discovery system
7.3     Use swarm to create your first cluster
7.4     Run docker containers on your swarm cluster

Lesson 8: Advanced Docker Swarm Configuration

Learning objectives
8.1     Understand the various provided scheduling strategies
8.2     Configure your swarm to use labels
8.3     Understand how to use constraints affinities and dependence filters

Lesson 9: Container Orchestration with Kubernetes

Learning objectives
9.1     Understand Kubernetes concepts
9.2     Configure Kubernetes
9.3     Define your first pod
9.4     Use Kubernetes labels
9.5     Understand and use Kubernetes replication controllers
9.6     Use the Kubernetes Services construct

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