Using Docker and Linux for an In-depth Exploration of Container Concepts and Functionalities
By Talon Bowler
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: August 2016
Run time: 1 hour 21 minutes
This video is targeted at developers that are comfortable with Linux, have some experience working with containers and want to advance their understanding of containerization and the ecosystem surrounding it.
The course focuses on the behind the scenes details that one must take into account when designing new applications around containers or when containerizing a legacy application. Knowing basic Docker functionality (how to run containers, how to view running containers, etc.) will be helpful as most of the commands demonstrated will interact with Docker.
Gain a deeper understanding of containerization and the tools of the ecosystem
Discover the details involved with running containers and how to design new applications around containers
Understand how to containerize a legacy application
Learn about cgroups, container runtimes (Docker, LXC, etc.), volumes, and bind mounts
Explore Linux namespaces, service discovery, and container orchestration
Talon Bowler has been a software developer for 8 years, and has used Docker since it was first released as an open source project. He is a Docker certified trainer, and has done training engagements at DockerCon, Container Summit, as well as for many notable companies such as GE.