Managing Containers on Linux
An increasing amount of datacenter workloads are offered as containers. In this course, students will get an introduction to working with containers, with a focus on the entire datacenter landscape that is required for managing containers. This course also serves as a preparation for more advanced courses, such as managing Kubernetes
What you'll learn-and how you can apply it
- Understanding Containerized IT
- Understanding Container Components
- Using Docker
- Running Containers on Container Optimized Linux
- Orchestrating Containers with Kubernetes
This training course is for you because...
The course provides an introduction into working with containers and helps you getting started with containerized IT. The course is geared toward developers, devops, system administrators, and IT architects.
- Basic knowledge or experience with Linux is required
Materials, downloads, or Supplemental Content needed in advance
- To participate in the labs in this course, students will need to install a virtual machine with the latest version of CentOS. No further configuration is required.
If an attendee has no experience with Linux, it helps to watch "Beginning Linux System Administration" first: https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/beginning-linux-system/9780134589329/
About your instructor
Sander van Vugt has been teaching Linux since 1995 and has written more than 60 books about different Linux related topics. Sander is the author of the best-selling previous editions of the RHCSA Complete Video Course, as well as many other Red Hat related video courses. He is also a regular speaker on major Linux conferences all over the world.
The timeframes are only estimates and may vary according to how the class is progressing
Segment 1: Understanding Containerized IT - 20 minutes
- Students will learn how containerized IT makes a difference , how it can be deployed and how it is different from virtualization
Segment 2: Understanding Container Components - 20 minutes
- Students will learn about the building blocks of a containerized IT solution, including namespaces, cgroups and images
Segment 3: Using Docker 40 minutes
- Students will learn how to work with Docker
10 minute break
Segment 4: Running Containers on Container Optimized Linux (40 minutes)
- Students will learn about the specific features in container optimized Linux, how to manage it and how to run containers on top of it.
10 minute break
Segment 5: Orchestrating Containers with Kubernetes (50 minutes)
- Students will learn how to set up a Kubernetes test environment where containers can be used