"Even if you already went through the official Docker docs, this course will help you get your head straight. It starts at the real beginning and builds up to a full provisioning script, which is just pure awesomeness."— Pedro S.
The course includes over 105 lectures and 8 hours of content. Level up your DevOps skills by developing and deploying your own web apps.
Anyone who is tired of overpaying for hosting and wants to learn how to set up their own automated app deployments with Docker.
"In my opinion Nick did a great job by demonstrating the entire process of using Docker in development, staging and production servers. I like his manner of presenting the material. I would recommend this course to everyone who wants to understand Docker."— Dmitry S.
Everyone has their own definition of what DevOps is but to me it's taking responsibility for the full life cycle of your application. That means you're in charge of not only developing your app but deploying it too. Sound DevOps strategies help avoid being called at 4am to fix a server issue.
I know I was because most of the options stink. You could use something like Heroku which is very easy to set up but also very limiting and they charge a hefty fee -- easily upwards of 10x verses doing it yourself.
Watching my account bleed out every month while I lined Heroku's pockets with riches was very demoralizing.
So with that option out of the way, the next option is to crack open Google and just start consuming blog posts like an animal.
That may work to some extent but what you'll most likely end up finding are dozens of half baked blog posts written by dozens of different authors who have different goals.
Not only is that going to take a long time, which may conflict heavily with you wanting to ship your product quickly but when you're talking about something as cohesive and complicated as app deployment, it's very difficult to learn in that environment.
That's where my course steps in.
There's no uncertainty or guess work. If you complete this course you will have your application running in production.
You get the advantage of being able to see how everything fits together with a working example that we use in the course. This course is very hands on and you will be expected to follow along to get the most of it.
"After several attempts to wrap my head around Docker, this is the first time I've walked away with a real understanding of how to leverage it in real world scenarios. The progressive approach from basics to advanced is well thought out and effective. Nick is an excellent instructor that speaks from a perspective I can relate to as a self taught developer."— Khalid M.
This course is much more than just Docker. In fact, Docker is only a small component of it in the grand scheme of things.
That doesn't mean you won't learn much about Docker. You'll learn all you need to know about Docker to be comfortable using it in the real world in both development and production.
You're getting well tested code that I have been using in production for some of my own applications. That's how nearly all of my course material is forged. I figure things out the hard way, and then pass that knowledge onto others in a concise way.
You'll have all the confidence you need to build and deploy your own Dockerized web applications and even further your career.
If that's not enough, I'll be available to answer any questions you have in the course's forums and all of my courses come with an unbeatable 30 day guarantee that's 100% RISK FREE.
If you don't love the course then I insist you get a 100% refund.
"Regarding support, I had a few issues - mainly because I made some changes that caused errors. Used the Q&A, and was amazed when the author replied in a few minutes. Many thanks to the author."— Jose L.