Master Docker with Java – DevOps for Spring Microservices

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Do you want to learn to Create Docker Images and containers for Java Spring Boot Applications and Microservices with an easy to learn, step by step approach?Do you have ZERO experience with Docker? No Problem.Learn Docker Fundamentals? Yes. Create Docker Images for Java Spring Microservices? Yes. Create Docker Images for Java Spring Boot Full Stack Applications? Yes. Of Course. Hands-on? Of course.Are you ready to learn about Docker and take the next step in your programming career?Do you want to join 300,000+ learners having Amazing Learning Experiences with in28Minutes?Look No Further!******* What our Learners say about this course *******I am surprised on how such difficult concepts were explained with a simple approach. Hats off to the instructor. Docker and microservices are explained very well in one course. Awesome.Great course to get started with Docker especially with microservices architecture for Java/Spring developers.Very Good learning with a clear explanation which helps in getting started on Docker. Thanks for the nice training on Dockerize java applications using Spring Boot.I was having the misconception that the topic Docker is a tough one to understand. And you made it really easy. Thank you so much and I would really recommend my colleagues/friends to learn it from your tutorial.Excellent. When I started the course I knew nothing about Docker. But I am gaining knowledge very easily. Ranga is an amazing teacher. Thanks and keep up your work.”Docker for Java Spring Developers” is a nice head-start for Java developers. Along with basic concepts of Docker, this course perfectly covers how to leverage the Docker in Microservices architecture based application…Nice Course and Awesome examples!!!!Although I have written software professionally for over 35 years, I am new to containers. I cannot say enough good things about this course. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to quickly get up to speed on Docker. “Docker for Java Spring Developers” is an extremely well-organized course, and Ranga Karanam is an excellent instructor/presenter. The course was worth every penny. I will definitely seek out courses from In28minutes and Ranga for my future training needs.******* Course Overview *******Architectures are moving towards Microservices and Cloud. Docker makes it easy to containerize your applications and make them cloud-ready.Docker is the No 1 Tool to Containerize your Java Spring Boot Applications. Learning Docker would help you streamline your deployment processes and experiment easily with new frameworks and tools.In this hands-on course, we will containerize – create docker images and create containers – a variety of Spring Boot Applications:REST APIs – Hello World and Todo – JarTodo Web Application WarFull Stack Application with React and Spring BootCCS and CES MicroservicesEureka Naming Server and Zuul API GatewayThis course would be a perfect first step as an introduction to Docker.You will be using containerizing a variety of projects created with React (Frontend Framework), Spring Boot (REST API Framework), Spring (Dependency Management), Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization – Basic and JWT), BootStrap (Styling Pages), Maven (dependencies management), Node (npm), Visual Studio Code (TypeScript IDE), Eclipse (Java IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.******* Step By Step Details *******Introduction to the Course00 Step 01 – Deploy Spring Boot Applications to Docker – Course Overview00 Step 02 – Deploy Spring Boot Applications to Docker – Getting StartedGetting Started with Docker01 Step 01 – Installing Docker – Docker01 Step 02 – Your First Docker Usecase – Deploy a Spring Boot Application01 Step 03 – Important Docker Concepts – Registry, Repository, Tag, Image and Container01 Step 04 – Playing with Docker Images and Containers01 Step 05 – Understanding Docker Architecture – Docker Client, Docker Engine01 Step 06 – Why is Docker Popular01 Step 07 – Playing with Docker Images01 Step 08 – Playing with Docker Containers01 Step 09 – Playing with Docker Commands – stats, system01 Step 10 – Importing Docker ProjectsContainerizing Java Spring Boot Hello World Rest API with Docker02 Step 01 – Setting up 01 Spring Boot Hello World Rest API in Local02 Step 02 – Build Docker Image Manually for 01 Hello World Rest API02 Step 03 – Use Dockerfile to Build Docker Image02 Step 04 – Understanding Docker Image Layers, Caching and Dockerfile Instructions02 Step 05 – Using Dockerfile Spotify Plugin to Create Docker Images02 Step 06 – Create a generic reusable Dockerfile02 Step 07 – Improving Caching of Docker Images by Adding Libraries in a Separate Step02 Step 08 – Using JIB Plugin to Create Docker Images02 Step 09 – Using Fabric8 Docker Maven Plugin to Create Docker ImagesContainerizing Java Spring Boot Todo Web Application with Docker03 Step 01 – Setting up 02 Spring Boot Todo Web Application in Local03 Step 02 – Create Docker Image for Spring Boot Todo Web Application03 Step 03 – Understanding ENTRYPOINT, CMD, COPY and ADD instructions03 Step 04 – Pushing 02 Spring Boot Todo Web Application to Docker HubContainerizing Java Spring Boot Todo Web Application using MySQL with Docker04 Step 01 – Code Review of 03 Todo Web Application MySQL04 Step 02 – Running MySQL as Docker Container on Local04 Step 03 – Connect Spring Boot Todo Web App to MySQL on Local04 Step 04 – Create Docker Image for 03 Todo Web Application and Use Link to connect04 Step 05 – Exploring Docker Networking – HOST, BRIDGE and NONE04 Step 06 – Creating a Custom Network and Connect MySQL and WebApplication to the network04 Step 07 – Using Docker Volumes to Persist Data04 Step 08 – Playing with Docker ComposeContainerize Java Spring Boot React Full Stack Application with Docker05 Step 01 – Exploring 04 Java Full Stack Spring Boot React App05 Step 02 – Running React Frontend in Local05 Step 03 – Containerizing Java REST API Backend05 Step 04 – Creating Multi-Stage Docker Build for React Frontend Code05 Step 05 – Improve Front End Docker Build – dockerignore05 Step 06 – Using Multi-Stage Docker Build for Java REST API Backend05 Step 07 – Running Java REST API Backend Docker Image05 Step 08 – Exploring Docker Compose05 Step 09 – Running Full Stack Application with Docker Compose05 Step 10 – Using Docker Compose for Java Spring Boot Todo Web Application with MySQLGetting started with CCS and CES Microservices on Docker06 Step 01 – Introduction to Microservices06 Step 02 – Advantages of Microservices06 Step 03 – Understanding Docker and Microservices – An Amazing Combo06 Step 04 – Overview of CCS and CES Spring Boot Microservices06 Step 05 – Create Docker Images and Containers for CCS and CES Microservices06 Step 06 – Run CCS and CES Microservices using Docker ComposeUsing Eureka Naming Service with Spring Boot Microservices and Docker07 Step 01 – Understanding the need for Service Registry07 Step 02 – Create Docker Images for Eureka Naming Server07 Step 03 – Configure and Run CES and CCS Microservices with Eureka ServiceUsing Zuul API Gateway with Spring Boot Microservices and Docker08 Step 01 – Configure CES and CCS Microservices with Zuul API Gateway08 Step 02 – Use Docker Compose to Run Microservices with ZuulDistributed Tracing with Zipkin and RabbitMq09 Step 01 – Introduction to Zipkin and Update Microservices to Connect to Zipkin09 Step 02 – Using Docker Compose to Launch Zipkin, RabbitMq and Microservices09 Step 03 – Running Zipkin, RabbitMq and Microservices09 Step 04 – Thank YouStart Learning Now. 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