Docker has become one of the biggest and the most popular software container platform. Packing your code into small containers that would run on any environment regardless of the OS and architecture made it not only easy to make your code portable but also easier to collaborate with other programmers and developers.
Docker made it easy to write and run your code on multiple platforms by wrapping up a piece of software in a complete file system package, installing it on a server, and running it repeatedly, without requiring manual effort.
However, Docker became a little difficult to use with micro-architectures that composed of multiple containers working simultaneously, which is why Docker introduced its Docker Compose, a handy tool to have when working with Docker. Docker Compose makes it easier to define and run application environments that includes multiple Docker containers. Before Compose, running more than one Docker container was complicated, but with Docker, you can now run numerous Docker containers efficiently.
If you want to make your Docker process more efficient, then this the perfect course for you to learn Docker Compose!
Our course has been designed to get you acquainted with Docker Compose and help you learn exactly how to get hands on with Compose. At the end of this course, you will become an expert in DC, learning the tool from top to bottom.
It has been specifically designed for developers who are already familiar with Docker, so you won’t waste any time on basic steps and instead dive right in to Docker Compose, learning steps such as basic features using a sample environment, gaining an understanding of restarts, dependencies, and persisting the database with a volume.
At the end of this course, you will have no only become familiar with Docker Compose, but you will also be prepared to actually integrate Compose into your own everyday programming life.
What you will learn in this course:
Basic features of Docker Compose using a sample environment, understanding restarts, dependencies, and persisting the database with a volume
Networks and an in-depth look at isolating containers, aliases and container names, links, using external networks, and how updates affect networking
Volumes, logging, the Compose CLI, and ‘Composing Compose’, as well as Compose in Production
You’ll apply what you’ve learned in the previous sections and create a large environment for a sample legacy system
So, what are you waiting for? Enroll now and become a DC expert!
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