Docker & Kubernetes:- The Complete Guide

WHAT YOU Will learn ?

  • Learn from the beginning, no previous experience required.
  • Master the Docker CLI for inspection and debugging of active containers.
  • Create a CI + CD pipeline from scratch using Github, Travis CI, and AWS
  • Understand Kubernetes' purpose and vision by making complex applications.
  • Automatically publish your code on Github!


Basic knowledge of terminal and command line usage
No previous Docker or Cubernet experience required!
Credit cards are required to publish projects to AWS or Google Cloud.


If you are tired of moving your sisters around to learn how to configure web applications, then this course is for you.

CI + CD workflow? You will learn it. AWS implementation? Including production in Kubernetes? Definitely!

This is the ultimate course to learn how to configure any web application you can dream of. Docker and Kubernetes are the latest technologies in the world of Dev Ops, and they have dramatically changed the flow of creating and deploying web applications. Docker is a technology that allows applications in the architecture to be called 'containers', while tanks allow the combination of many different 'containers'.

Shame from the start!

In this course you will learn basic questions such as “What is a container?” Starting with the answers, you will learn the complete basics of Docker. and "How does the container work?" From the first few lectures we will delve into the inner workings of containers so you can get a basic understanding of how to apply them. Once you understand what containers are, learn how to work with them using the basic Docker CLI command. Then you'll use your newfound Docker CLI skills to create custom images, and effectively 'dock' your personal apps.

Pipelines CI + CD

Of course, no course is complete without a thorough understanding of the general patterns of continuous integration and continuous implementation. You'll learn how to implement a full CI+ CD workflow using Github, Travis CI, and Amazon Web Services, creating a pipeline that modifies your code automatically when you enter your existing Github.

Multi-Container Deployment on AWS!

Once the deployment pipeline is created, apply it to the main container and multi-container deployment to Amazon Web Services. You'll build a multi-container app using Node, Racket, Radius, and Postgrass and see the amazing power of containers in the process (note: all JavaScript coding is optional in this course, full source code provided).


Finally, you can solve Kubernetes, a product quality system for managing complex applications with many different dynamic containers. You can learn how to create Kubernetes clusters - this course doesn't hate the "don't do this in production" comments! You first create a Kubernetes cluster on your local machine and then send it to your cloud provider. You will also learn how to configure HTTPS on Kubernetes, which is much more difficult than it looks!

This is what you do:

Learn to dribble from the beginning, no previous experience required.

Create your own images to suit your applications.

Master the Docker CLI and debug mobile containers.

Understand how the docker works behind the scenes and whether it is a container.

Build CI+ CD pipelines from scratch with Github, Travis CI, and AWS

Edit your code automatically by dragging it to Google!

Build complex, multi-container applications from scratch and configure AWS.

Understand the mission and vision of Kubernetes.

Publish your production-ready Kubernetes suite on Google Cloud.

This course is open to all:

Software engineers want to customize their applications quickly and easily.

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