The Mastering Docker and Kubernetes course is primarily designed for .NET professionals who want to learn how to develop modern web applications using Docker and Kubernetes. In this course, you will learn about Containers Eco System, orchestration, Docker, Kubernetes and Azure Kubernetes Cluster (AKS) along with CI/CD pipeline.
Learn to build modern infrastructure using docker and Kubernetes containers. Develop and deploy your ASP.NET Core application using Docker. Leverage to learn container technology to build your ASP.NET Core application.
At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to;
All .NET Beginner(s)/Professional(s) who are keen to develop modern, web applications using containers should go for this course.
Anyone who wants to learn Mastering Docker and Kubernetes should have understanding of ASP.NET Core development.
Visual Studio 2019 or higher, Docker Desktop, Kubernetes Tools
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All our mentors are highly qualified and experience professionals. All have at least 8-10 yrs of development experience in various technologies and are trained by Dot Net Tricks to deliver interactive training to the participants.
Yes we do. You will get access to the entire content including class videos, mockups, and assignments through LMS.
Yes we do. As the technology upgrades we do update our content and provide your training on latest version of that technology.
All online training classes are recorded. You will get the recorded sessions so that you can watch the online classes when you want. Also, you can join other class to do your missing classes.
Yes, we do. We will discuss all possible technical interview questions and answers during the training program so that you can prepare yourself for interview.
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Yes, We would be providing you with the certificate of completion of the program, once you have successfully submitted all the assessment and it has been verified by our subject matter experts.
A container is a software that contains an application code and all its dependencies. It enables an application to run quickly in an isolated environment and provides smooth migration from one computing environment to another. It works with all major Linux & Windows Server and share the same OS kernel.
Docker is a light weight, open and secure platform for developing, shipping and running applications using container technology. It provides Container solutions for developers, architects, DevOps, and IT People. Also, it run on most Linux distributions, Windows and Mac OS.
Docker helps to create ready-to-run packaged applications, low cost deployment. It also improve speed and frequency of releases, reliability of deployments. You should learn docker t make app lifecycle efficient, consistent and repeatable-configure once and run many times.
Docker is used to simplify development and release of the software. So it's useful for both developers as well as administrator.
Kubernetes is an open-source container management (orchestration) tool. It simplify container deployment, scaling of containers & container load balancing. Kubernetes can run on-premises bare metal, OpenStack, public clouds Google, Azure, AWS, etc.
A fundamental difference between Kubernetes and Docker is that Kubernetes is meant to run across a cluster while Docker runs on a single node. Kubernetes is more extensive than Docker Swarm and is meant to coordinate clusters of nodes at scale in production in an efficient manner. Kubernetes pods—scheduling units that can contain one or more containers in the Kubernetes ecosystem—are distributed among nodes to provide high availability.
Yes, we can. Kubernetes and Docker are fundamentally different technologies that work well together for building, delivering, and scaling containerized apps. Kubernetes and Docker work together. Docker provides an open standard for packaging and distributing containerized applications. Using Docker, you can build and run containers, and store and share container images. One can easily run a Docker build on a Kubernetes cluster, but Kubernetes itself is not a complete solution.
According to PayScale, Docker/Kubernetes Developers earn an average of $83,000 per year.