Docker has revolutionized the software world.
It provides a single ubiquitous cloud-native solution to the problem of packaging, distributing and running applications. It's destroyed the "works on my machine" problem, and has saved the sanity of countless Operations people.
"This is the best quality technical training I've ever attended."
But Docker brings it's own set of challenges. Building efficient Docker images is a black art, and now every developer's expected to be an OS hardening and DevOps expert.
Our Docker workshop covers everything your team needs to quickly graduate from cloud-native novices to container pros.
Start with the Docker basics: the docker command, Dockerfiles, networking, registries and storage. Then quickly advance into subduing the build cache, crafting production images, mastering multi-stage builds, using Docker Compose and more.
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This workshop is delivered over five afternoons or mornings. Each session consists of three hours of lecture and labs and one hour of open Q&A — 20 hours in total. The price is $29,000 and attendance is limited to up to 28 students.
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This course covers the core Docker concepts. We recommend this course for your application delivery and platform operations teams.
To get the most out of this subject, students should come prepared with an understanding of rudimentary Bash scripting, and the basics of Linux processes, users, and permissions.
We're infrastructure experts with a reputation for delivering great work. Here’s how we're different:
We don't just teach: we do. We've wrestled with Kubernetes, Terraform, Istio, Docker and all of the others in real production situations. We've used them in anger. We know where the tools fall down and what the documentation hides.
We believe in cloud native solutions, but we aren't beholden to any vendor. Every situation is unique, and every tool has flaws. We help you understand how the technologies work together to solve your problems. We guide you away from the tools that are hype, and toward those that have proven their worth.
That's not a typo. We don’t believe in static, podium-based training with some boring instructor talking at you.
Instead, SuperOrbital courses immerse you in an active learning environment where you can internalize the lessons through collaboration and hands-on workshops. The end result is knowledge that sticks, and a foundation for true expertise.
We dig deep into a topic, when creating our content. We tease apart every aspect, breaking it down into it's atomic parts. Then we rearrange them into an order our students can easily digest and remember. Our content goes deep, giving you a foundational understanding of how things work under the hood.
The days of hours wasted commuting to work are coming to an end, and good riddance. SuperOrbital has always been a passionately remote-first company, and we bring that to our training.
Why travel out of town to sit in a hot, crowded, uncomfortable room for days at a time? Our workshops are taken from the comfort of your own home, and at a schedule that encourages deep learning.
Each of our workshop days consists of three hours of training and a one-hour Q&A session. This helps keep the training active and inspiring, and gives plenty of time for the knowledge to gel.
Engaging with us to provide a workshop for your team is easy. Reach out to get started.
We'll schedule a time to meet, discuss your needs, your team's experience level, and how we can help. Once we agree on an outline and a delivery date, we're ready to go!
Each workshop day consists of three hours for lecture and labs, and one hour for open questions. We deliver as a team: Tammer (the founder), Joel (TA), and Lexi (operations). Having three people on hand ensures things go off without a hitch.
We follow up afterward to ensure the workshop exceeded your expectations, and to help with whatever new hurdles your team may be facing.