Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the training courses will take place online.
In our Docker training course, participants learn everything they need to know about containers in 2 days. They develop images with the Docker Engine and build their own (containerized) CI environment in which they automate image building. In addition, our trainers explain alternative runtimes (cri-o, Kata Containers).
We will be happy to provide you with an individual Docker Training tailored to your specific situation on request.
Technical overview of containers and their management
Create and customize container images
Using Containers in a CI/CD Pipeline
Comparison of different container runtimes (Docker, cri-o)
The training consists of a combination of a lecture and practical exercises from day-to-day operations, so that participants are able to use simple docker containers and infrastructures productively after completion of the course.
This course is designed for students who have little or no experience with Docker.It starts with an introduction to containers. Afterwards the participants start their first docker containers directly andcreate an application from multiple containers.This example application is also used to illustrate how you can create your own Images.Finally, the participants will build their own containerised continuousintegration pipeline and can automatically create docker images from their projects.
1.150,- € plus VAT (online)
1.290,- € plus. VAT
16.11.2020 Monday – 17.11.2020 Tuesday
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to package and operate applications in docker containers.
Registration – Docker Training
basic Linux knowledge:
Navigation on the command line
Process management (is recommended)
Rights management (is recommended)
Understanding the operation of distributed applications is recommended
Basic knowledge of version control systems (git) is recommended
All Docker training is conducted by experienced ATIX trainers. Our trainers have extensive experience with Docker in customer projects and are also active in the developer community.