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Build, test, and deploy Docker applications with Kubernetes while learning production-style development workflows

What you’ll learn

  • Learn Docker from scratch, no previous experience required

  • Master the Docker CLI to inspect and debug running containers

  • Build a CI + CD pipeline from scratch with Github, Travis CI, and AWS

  • Understand the purpose and theory of Kubernetes by building a complex app

  • Automatically deploy your code when it is pushed to Github!

Course Curriculum

Dive Into Docker!
Why Use Docker? 00:00:00
What is Docker? 00:00:00
Docker for Mac/Windows 00:00:00
Installing Docker on MacOS 00:00:00
Installing Docker for Windows Home users 00:00:00
Installing Docker for Windows – Professional and Enterprise Editions 00:00:00
More Windows Setup – Professional and Enterprise Editions 00:00:00
One Last Piece of Windows Setup – Professional and Enterprise Editions 00:00:00
Installing Docker on Linux 00:00:00
Using the Docker Client 00:00:00
But Really…What’s a Container? 00:00:00
How’s Docker Running on Your Computer? 00:00:00
Manipulating Containers with the Docker Client
Docker Run in Detail 00:00:00
Overriding Default Commands 00:00:00
Listing Running Containers 00:00:00
Container Lifecycle 00:00:00
Restarting Stopped Containers 00:00:00
Removing Stopped Containers 00:00:00
Retrieving Log Outputs 00:00:00
Stopping Containers 00:00:00
Multi-Command Containers 00:00:00
Executing Commands in Running Containers 00:00:00
The Purpose of the IT Flag 00:00:00
Getting a Command Prompt in a Container 00:00:00
Starting with a Shell 00:00:00
Container Isolation 00:00:00
Building Custom Images Through Docker Server
Creating Docker Images 00:00:00
Building a Dockerfile 00:00:00
Dockerfile Teardown 00:00:00
What’s a Base Image? 00:00:00
The Build Process in Detail 00:00:00
A Brief Recap 00:00:00
Rebuilds with Cache 00:00:00
Tagging an Image 00:00:00
Manual Image Generation with Docker Commit 00:00:00
Making Real Projects with Docker
Project Outline 00:00:00
Node Server Setup 00:00:00
Server Code 00:00:00
A Few Planned Errors 00:00:00
Base Image Issues 00:00:00
A Few Missing Files 00:00:00
Copying Build Files 00:00:00
Container Port Mapping 00:00:00
Specifying a Working Directory 00:00:00
Unnecessary Rebuilds 00:00:00
Minimizing Cache Busting and Rebuilds 00:00:00
Docker Compose with Multiple Local Containers
App Overview 00:00:00
App Server Code 00:00:00
Completed Node Code 00:00:00
Assembling a Dockerfile 00:00:00
Introducing Docker Compose 00:00:00
Docker Compose Files 00:00:00
Networking with Docker Compose 00:00:00
Docker Compose Commands 00:00:00
Stopping Docker Compose Containers 00:00:00
Container Maintenance with Compose 00:00:00
Automatic Container Restarts 00:00:00
Container Status with Docker Compose 00:00:00
Creating a Production-Grade Workflow
Development Workflow 00:00:00
Flow Specifics 00:00:00
Docker’s Purpose 00:00:00
Project Generation 00:00:00
More on Project Generation 00:00:00
Necessary Commands 00:00:00
Creating the Dev Dockerfile 00:00:00
Duplicating Dependencies 00:00:00
Starting the Container 00:00:00
Quick Note for Windows Users 00:00:00
Docker Volumes 00:00:00
Bookmarking Volumes 00:00:00
Shorthand with Docker Compose 00:00:00
Overriding Dockerfile Selection 00:00:00
Do We Need Copy? 00:00:00
Executing Tests 00:00:00
Live Updating Tests 00:00:00
Docker Compose for Running Tests 00:00:00
Shortcomings on Testing 00:00:00
Need for Nginx 00:00:00
Multi-Step Docker Builds 00:00:00
Implementing Multi-Step Builds 00:00:00
Running Nginx 00:00:00
Continuous Integration and Deployment with AWS
Services Overview 00:00:00
Github Setup 00:00:00
Travis CI Setup 00:00:00
Travis YML File Configuration 00:00:00
A Touch More Travis Setup 00:00:00
Automatic Build Creation 00:00:00
AWS Elastic Beanstalk 00:00:00
More on Elastic Beanstalk 00:00:00
Travis Config for Deployment 00:00:00
Automated Deployments 00:00:00
Exposing Ports Through the Dockerfile 00:00:00
Build Still Failing? 00:00:00
Workflow With Github 00:00:00
Redeploy on Pull Request Merge 00:00:00
Deployment Wrapup 00:00:00
Environment Cleanup 00:00:00
Building a Multi-Container Application
Single Container Deployment Issues 00:00:00
Application Overview 00:00:00
A Quick Note 00:00:00
Application Architecture 00:00:00
Worker Process Setup 00:00:00
Express API Setup 00:00:00
Connecting to Postgres 00:00:00
More Express API Setup 00:00:00
Generating the React App 00:00:00
Fetching Data in the React App 00:00:00
Rendering Logic in the App 00:00:00
Exporting the Fib Class 00:00:00
Routing in the React App 00:00:00
"Dockerizing" Multiple Services
Checkpoint Files 00:00:00
Checkpoint Catchup 00:00:00
Dockerizing a React App – Again! 00:00:00
Dockerizing Generic Node Apps 00:00:00
Adding Postgres as a Service 00:00:00
Docker-compose Config 00:00:00
Environment Variables with Docker Compose 00:00:00
The Worker and Client Services 00:00:00
Nginx Path Routing 00:00:00
Routing with Nginx 00:00:00
Building a Custom Nginx Image 00:00:00
Starting Up Docker Compose 00:00:00
Troubleshooting 00:00:00
Troubleshooting Startup Bugs 00:00:00
Opening Websocket Connections 00:00:00
A Continuous Integration Workflow for Multiple Images
Production Multi-Container Deployments 00:00:00
Production Dockerfiles 00:00:00
Multiple Nginx Instances 00:00:00
Altering Nginx’s Listen Port 00:00:00
A Quick Fix 00:00:00
Cleaning Up Tests 00:00:00
Github and Travis CI Setup 00:00:00
Travis Configuration Setup 00:00:00
Pushing Images to Docker Hub 00:00:00
Successful Image Building 00:00:00
Multi-Container Deployments to AWS
Multi-Container Definition Files 00:00:00
Finding Docs on Container Definitions 00:00:00
Adding Container Definitions to DockerRun 00:00:00
More Container Definitions 00:00:00
Forming Container Links 00:00:00
Creating the EB Environment 00:00:00
Managed Data Service Providers 00:00:00
Overview of AWS VPC’s and Security Groups 00:00:00
RDS Database Creation 00:00:00
ElastiCache Redis Creation 00:00:00
Creating a Custom Security Group 00:00:00
Applying Security Groups to Resources 00:00:00
Setting Environment Variables 00:00:00
IAM Keys for Deployment 00:00:00
Travis Deploy Script 00:00:00
Container Memory Allocations 00:00:00
Verifying Deployment 00:00:00
A Quick App Change 00:00:00
Making Changes 00:00:00
Cleaning Up AWS Resources 00:00:00
Onwards to Kubernetes!
The Why’s and What’s of Kubernetes 00:00:00
Kubernetes in Development and Production 00:00:00
Setup on MacOS 00:00:00
Mapping Existing Knowledge 00:00:00
Adding Configuration Files 00:00:00
Object Types and API Versions 00:00:00
Running Containers in Pods 00:00:00
Service Config Files in Depth 00:00:00
Connecting to Running Containers 00:00:00
The Entire Deployment Flow 00:00:00
Imperative vs Declarative Deployments 00:00:00
Maintaining Sets of Containers with Deployments
Updating Existing Objects 00:00:00
Declarative Updates in Action 00:00:00
Limitations in Config Updates 00:00:00
Running Containers with Deployments 00:00:00
Deployment Configuration Files 00:00:00
Walking Through the Deployment Config 00:00:00
Applying a Deployment 00:00:00
Why Use Services? 00:00:00
Scaling and Changing Deployments 00:00:00
Updating Deployment Images 00:00:00
Rebuilding the Client Image 00:00:00
Triggering Deployment Updates 00:00:00
Imperatively Updating a Deployment’s Image 00:00:00
Multiple Docker Installations 00:00:00
Reconfiguring Docker CLI 00:00:00
Why Mess with Docker in the Node? 00:00:00
A Multi-Container App with Kubernetes
The Path to Production 00:00:00
Checkpoint Files 00:00:00
A Quick Checkpoint 00:00:00
Recreating the Deployment 00:00:00
NodePort vs ClusterIP Services 00:00:00
The ClusterIP Config 00:00:00
Applying Multiple Files with Kubectl 00:00:00
Express API Deployment Config 00:00:00
Cluster IP for the Express API 00:00:00
Combining Config Into Single Files 00:00:00
The Worker Deployment 00:00:00
Reapplying a Batch of Config Files 00:00:00
Creating and Applying Redis Config 00:00:00
Last Set of Boring Config! 00:00:00
The Need for Volumes with Databases 00:00:00
Kubernetes Volumes 00:00:00
Volumes vs Persistent Volumes 00:00:00
Persistent Volumes vs Persistent Volume Claims 00:00:00
Claim Config Files 00:00:00
Persistent Volume Access Modes 00:00:00
Where Does Kubernetes Allocate Persistent Volumes? 00:00:00
Designating a PVC in a Pod Template 00:00:00
Applying a PVC 00:00:00
Defining Environment Variables 00:00:00
Adding Environment Variables to Config 00:00:00
Creating an Encoded Secret 00:00:00
Passing Secrets as Environment Variables 00:00:00
Environment Variables as Strings 00:00:00
Handling Traffic with Ingress Controllers
Load Balancer Services 00:00:00
A Quick Note on Ingresses 00:00:00
One Other Quick Note! 00:00:00
Behind the Scenes of Ingress 00:00:00
More Behind the Scenes of Ingress 00:00:00
Optional Reading on Ingress Nginx 00:00:00
Setting up Ingress Locally 00:00:00
Creating the Ingress Config 00:00:00
Testing Ingress Locally 00:00:00
The Minikube Dashboard 00:00:00
Kubernetes Production Deployment
The Deployment Process 00:00:00
Google Cloud vs AWS for Kubernetes 00:00:00
Creating a Git Repo 00:00:00
Linking the Github Repo to Travis 00:00:00
Free Google Cloud Credits 00:00:00
Creating a Google Cloud Project 00:00:00
Linking a Billing Account 00:00:00
Kubernetes Engine Init 00:00:00
Creating a Cluster with Google Cloud 00:00:00
Don’t Forget to Cleanup! 00:00:00
Kubernetes Dashboard on Google Cloud 00:00:00
Travis Deployment Overview 00:00:00
Installing the Google Cloud SDK 00:00:00
Generating a Service Account 00:00:00
Running Travis CLI in a Container 00:00:00
Encrypting a Service Account File 00:00:00
More Google Cloud CLI Config 00:00:00
Running Tests with Travis 00:00:00
Custom Deployment Providers 00:00:00
Unique Deployment Images 00:00:00
Unique Tags for Built Images 00:00:00
Updating the Deployment Script 00:00:00
Configuring the GCloud CLI on Cloud Console 00:00:00
Creating a Secret on Google Cloud 00:00:00
Helm Setup 00:00:00
Kubernetes Security with RBAC 00:00:00
Assigning Tiller a Service Account 00:00:00
Ingress-Nginx with Helm 00:00:00
The Result of Ingress-Nginx 00:00:00
Finally – Deployment! 00:00:00
Did I Really Type That? 00:00:00
Verifying Deployment 00:00:00
A Workflow for Changing in Prod 00:00:00
Merging a PR for Deployment 00:00:00
That’s It! What’s Next? 00:00:00
HTTPS Setup with Kubernetes
HTTPS Setup Overview 00:00:00
Domain Purchase 00:00:00
Domain Name Setup 00:00:00
Cert Manager Install 00:00:00
How to Wire Up Cert Manager 00:00:00
Issuer Config File 00:00:00
Certificate Config File 00:00:00
Deploying Changes 00:00:00
Verifying the Certificate 00:00:00
Ingress Config for HTTPS 00:00:00
It Worked! 00:00:00
Google Cloud Cleanup 00:00:00
Local Environment Cleanup 00:00:00

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