Docker makes application development easy by making the application and its environment the same wherever it is run. This video shows how to install Docker onto your machine.
- [Instructor] To get started on our journey, … we're going to install Docker. … Docker is a platform for running applications … and their dependencies in isolated environments … called containers, on nearly any operating system. … With Docker, you don't have to think about what kind … of machine your application will run on … or whether the machine you're running it on … has the right libraries installed in it. … Everything that the application requires … is packaged into the container … and the application will start, run and behave … the same way on any system that supports the docker demon. … Additionally and unlike virtual machines, … containers are much lighter, start faster … and are easier to distribute and modify, … because docker containers virtualize … the operating system kernel not actual hardware. … This is going to help us in our journey towards … diversifying our app for three reasons. … First, because applications in docker containers … behave the same regardless of what they're running on, …
- Writing your first Dockerfile
- Using Docker Compose
- Testing your app with RSpec, Capybara, and Selenium
- Writing Terraform code
- Deploying a website into AWS S3
- Writing and running integration tests
- Writing a CI/CD pipeline with Jenkins
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Project/The Mission
Your application, pre-DevOps2m 59s
2. Testing Locally with Docker
3. Testing Your App with RSpec, Capybara, and Selenium
4. Infrastructure as Code with Terraform
5. CI/CD as Code with Jenkins
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