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About the Course

This is a 2-hour long project-based course and the most comprehensive one about Docker Containers. By the end of this project, you will have packaged, built, and deployed a static web application using Docker. Along the way, you will also learn the essential concepts and commands about Docker containers. Apart from demystifying the Docker landscape, it'll prepare you with hands-on experience for building and containerizing your own applications. Even if you have no prior experience with containers, this project should be all you need to: - Get started with Docker containers & related concepts. - Deep-dive to get your hands dirty with Docker command-line. - Emerge as someone who knows how to use Docker and build containerized applications. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

Top reviews

RA

May 29, 2021

Nice introduction and implementation examples. Although there's a little problem when installing docker. I need to apt update and upgrade first

NC

Jul 20, 2022

Nice and short. You'll need to debug a tiny bit to make it work, but expected in the field.

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By Victor D R L

Sep 19, 2020

This is a very good start point course. It delivers what is promoted and walks the participant through the woods, testing the commands and explaining each line. Highly recommended as your first course to learn about Dockers.

By Robert S

Oct 25, 2020

"sudo apt-get install" to install docker. Good course, but fairly short.

By NICOLAS D P Z

Oct 10, 2020

The course was very dinamic and like much. Thanks!

By Nadhir

Oct 7, 2020

a well done guided project

By Shipra S

Oct 17, 2020

Very informative.

By Adam K

Oct 28, 2020

Thanks for education

By Karl S

Feb 6, 2021

It is an overview but I would have liked to see a small software project in detail.

By COWARD R A

Apr 8, 2021

This is an excellent, well-balanced beginner course to docker, and is far more useful and informative than some other docker beginner courses I can think of. The instructor was very clear and explained everything very well. The only minor comment I have is that he should have emphasized that the docker run command will automatically perform a pull if the image is not already loaded, so you can either pull and then run, or just directly run, and the result will be the same.

By Richard D O A

May 30, 2021

Nice introduction and implementation examples. Although there's a little problem when installing docker. I need to apt update and upgrade first

By Sam

Jan 1, 2021

All topics were covered completely through learn-and-do methdology. Receive my appreciation for perfectly made guided project!

By Mateus S H

Feb 5, 2021

Great course for those who have no idea of what docker is, it literally teaches the essentials

By Nicolas C

Jul 20, 2022

Nice and short. You'll need to debug a tiny bit to make it work, but expected in the field.

By Shailesh S

Oct 20, 2021

Great course to learn docker. Thanks Prasanjit to teach docker in very simple and easy way.

By Manimaran K

Dec 29, 2022

Excellent and easy to do guided project in parallel

By Alejandro C

Jan 14, 2021

Ideal course to have a first look on docker.

By Anurag S

Feb 25, 2021

Very Helpful for beginners

By Ansari Y

Jan 1, 2021

Simply amazing !

By Julio H S N

Jan 19, 2021

Great course!

By Fernando M

Mar 31, 2022

Good course.

By Amol C P

May 8, 2021

Great

By Swetasunandita N

Dec 6, 2022

good

By Palaniappan A

Sep 6, 2021

good

By Dmitriy

Mar 31, 2021

Nice

By Gaveen R

Jan 2, 2021

Good

By Douglas C

Mar 10, 2023

A good start point, even though it has some outdated content. The CentOS image used is no longe mantained, but there is a simple workaround and, honestly, it was a opportunity to get hand dirtier. I don't want give the exactly answer in case you want to try to solve, but i think some guindance is good: you should add to docker file some commands to change the mirror of the OS. Good luck.