Introduction to software containerization and Docker
About this course:
Docker is open source engine that equips you with the capability to automate the deployment of applications inside software containers. The deployment and operationalizing these large complex infrastructures can be a hectic task. Containerization of the applications and services can help smooth down these tasks significantly. Dockers was initially released in March 2013 and has been since then gained immense popularity. Having over 100 million downloads, and 75000 plus applications running on the platform.
In this current era seamlessly connectivity and increasing adoption of mobile computing is growing at an exponential rate. In order to meet these demands modern mobile and web-based applications are now reaching out to billions of users around the globe. Organization are building these large-scale applications by combining a collection of community-maintained APIs and microservices.
These API’s use a variety of full stacks and function independent to each other. These services run on clusters that range from thousands to millions of servers and nodes. Consumers consume these applications over the internet by using their mobile, tablet and desktop devices.
Professional experience with Docker could be a great asset for your career. The current numbers show some amazing surge in jobs requiring skillset related to Dockers, paying higher than most of the jobs posted on public job boards within the US. Annual salary for Dockers professionals could be as high as $100,000.
This course is primarily intended for:
- Software and IT architects
- Team leads and technical managers
- Software and network engineers
- IT administrators