Docker & Multi-cloud: Multi-host, Multi-cloud Management with Docker Enterprise

Docker Enterprise
  • 12 Videos | 51m 42s
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In this course, you will explore how to work with the features, services, and capabilities provided by Docker Enterprise to enable, implement, and manage federated application and multi-host overlay networking. First, the 12-video course explores the process and the benefits of adopting the federated application pattern. Then, you will learn about the components and features of Docker Enterprise and its role in implementing federated application management architecture. Compare the capabilities of Docker and Kubernetes from the perspective of multicloud orchestration and management; view the Kubernetes federation architecture; and learn to recognize the role of Kubernetes and Docker that follows topology and orchestration-specification for cloud applications. Learn how to implement multi-host overlay network driver to create distributed networks among multiple Docker daemon hosts; connect Docker local client with remote AWS (Amazon Web Services) Docker; and implement multi-host overlay networking by using Etcd. Finally, explore how to create AWS and Azure clusters by using Containership.io and to set up federated application management with Docker Enterprise and Amazon EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service).

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    set up overlay network driver to create distributed networks among multiple Docker daemon hosts
    define the federated application management process along with the benefits of adopting federated application pattern
    recognize the components and features of Docker Enterprise along with the role of Docker Enterprise in implementing federated application management architecture
    compare the capabilities of Docker and Kubernetes from the perspective of multi-cloud orchestration and management
    describe the Kubernetes federation architecture and recognize the role of Kubernetes and Docker that follows topology and orchestration specification for cloud applications
  • connect Docker local client with remote AWS Docker host to set up hybrid containerized environment
    demonstrate the implementation of Multi-host Overlay Networking using Etcd
    recognize the objective of Cloud Native Computing Foundation and describe the CNCF's recommended path using the Cloud Native Landscape
    create AWS and Azure clusters using the Containership.io platform
    set up federated application management with Docker Enterprise and Amazon EKS
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 9s
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    2. 
    Overlay Network for Multiple Docker Daemon
    4m 22s
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    Federated Application Management
    4m 36s
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    4. 
    Features of Docker Enterprise
    4m 26s
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    5. 
    Multi-cloud Orchestration
    3m 31s
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    6. 
    Federated Application Management and Docker
    5m 4s
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    Connecting Docker Local Client with AWS
    2m 45s
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    Multi-host Overlay Using Etcd
    4m 47s
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    CNCF and Cloud Native
    4m 14s
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    Create Cluster with Containership.io
    5m 53s
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    11. 
    Federated App Management with Docker Enterprise
    4m 44s
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    12. 
    Course Summary
    1m 11s

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