• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

In this course, you'll learn how to install Docker on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. Then you'll see how to manage images and containers.

Learning Objectives

Docker On-premises Deployment

  • start the course
  • determine what is need to support a Docker infrastructure
  • walkthrough the process of creating a Docker account
  • install Docker support on the Server 2016 platform
  • install Docker support on theWindows 10 platform
  • install Docker updates on the Windows platform
  • use the Docker CLI to pull images down to a Windows 10 Docker host
  • use the Docker CLI to pull images down to a Windows Server 2016 Docker host
  • run a Linux container on the Windows platform
  • describe Docker network and port configurations
  • ensure connectivity to a Docker web app is functional
  • make the Docker PowerShell module available in PowerShell
  • use New-Container in PowerShell
  • describe how to share and tag a Docker container
  • initialize Docker Swarm nodes

Docker Cloud Deployment

  • determine when a Docker cloud deployment is appropriate
  • create a Docker configuration in the Microsoft Azure cloud

Practice: Docker Container Deployment

  • recall how to deploy Docker containers on-premises and in the cloud

Framework Connections

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