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Learn how to effectively use Docker and Docker Compose to develop production ready applications
This course will teach you the essential knowledge required to integrate Docker in your everyday development flow. Docker is an easy way for developers to recreate a production-level server cluster locally in their desktop or laptop using very few resources.
A lot of companies and startups are moving to Docker, because it speeds up the development process and reduces the amount of debugging that occurs when they create software against different versions of their operating system and libraries.
The course covers the basic concepts and goes through the setup of different use cases, specifically Flask-related, from a simple web application to MySQL and MongoDB multi-server setups.
At the end of the course students will be able to write solid Dockerfiles and Docker Compose configuration files that will allow them to write software against reliable environments and without the need to install packages like Python, MySQL or MongoDB. Just install the simple Docker client for Windows or Mac and you’re set to go!
If you already know the basics of Flask and you are interested in how to setup Docker containers for their development, this is the course for you.
The course is divided in 3 sections:
- Introduction which covers all the concepts necessary to understand how Docker works and how to install it
- Simple Flask Containers which gently introduces to the basics of containers and how to write a good Dockerfile and how to interact with the containers
- Docker Compose which goes into the composing part of Docker, where with one file you can spawn a complete architecture stack, like an application server and a database server running in parallel and synchronized as production environments do
The course has more than 2 hours of video tutorials as well as the source code at the end of each section, so that you can fork and play with the Docker setups.
The course can take anywhere from 1 to 3 days to complete based on how much material the student completes daily.
Additionally we’re constantly updating the course, adding contents thanks to the feedback of our students.
01 Introduction to Course
02 Introduction to Docker
03 Installing Docker
04 Hello World
05 Foreground vs Background
06 Docker Concepts
07 Basic Flask Container
08 Running Our Basic Flask Container
09 A Hot Reload Gunicorn Flask App
10 Introduction to Docker Compose
11 The MySQL Counter App
12 The docker-compose file
13 App up and running
14 Interacting with the containers
15 A MongoDB App
16 Starting up the App
17 Running Tests
18 Testing the App
19 Using PDB with Docker