Welcome to the ultimate course on Docker and Kubernetes for .NET and Angular developers! If you’re looking to learn how to containerize your applications and orchestrate them using Kubernetes, then you’re in the right place.

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of Docker and Kubernetes, and how to use them to build, deploy, and manage your .NET and Angular applications. You’ll start by learning how to containerize your applications using Docker, and then move on to learning how to deploy them to a Kubernetes cluster.

Throughout the course, you’ll build a real-world application using .NET and Angular, and learn how to containerize each component of the application. You’ll also learn how to deploy the application to a Kubernetes cluster, and how to use Kubernetes to manage the application’s scaling and availability.

By the end of the course, you’ll have a solid understanding of Docker and Kubernetes, and how to use them to build and deploy your applications with ease. You’ll also be able to apply what you’ve learned to your own projects, and take your development skills to the next level.

So, whether you’re a .NET or Angular developer looking to enhance your skills, or you’re simply interested in learning about Docker and Kubernetes, this course is for you. Enroll now and start building and deploying your applications with confidence!

Who should enrol:

  1. Freshers: If you’re just starting out in your career as a .NET or Angular developer, this course is a great way to learn about Docker and Kubernetes and how they can be used to build and deploy applications. You’ll gain a foundational understanding of these technologies that will be useful as you move forward in your career.
  2. Junior Developers: If you have some experience with .NET or Angular development but are new to Docker and Kubernetes, this course will help you take your skills to the next level. You’ll learn how to containerize your applications and deploy them using Kubernetes, which will enable you to build more scalable and resilient applications.
  3. Mid-level Developers: If you’re a mid-level developer with some experience using Docker and Kubernetes, this course will help you deepen your understanding of these technologies. You’ll learn how to apply Docker and Kubernetes to real-world projects, and gain valuable insights into best practices for building and deploying applications.
  4. Senior Developers: If you’re a senior developer with years of experience, this course will help you stay up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies in the industry. You’ll learn how to use Docker and Kubernetes to build highly scalable and resilient applications, which will be valuable in any organization.
  5. DevOps Engineers: If you’re a DevOps engineer, this course will help you gain a deeper understanding of Docker and Kubernetes and how they can be used to build and deploy applications. You’ll learn how to automate the deployment process and ensure high availability for your applications.
  6. Technical Leads: If you’re a technical lead responsible for overseeing development projects, this course will help you understand how Docker and Kubernetes can be used to improve the efficiency and scalability of your applications. You’ll gain valuable insights into how to design and architect applications for maximum performance and availability.

Course Structure as follows:

  • Introduction
    • Introduction
    • About Me
    • Branching Strategy
  • Getting started with Docker
    • Container Overview
    • What are containers?
    • Containers Vs Virtual Machines
    • Containers inside virtual machines
    • Developers Vs Ops Team
    • Docker Image vs Containers
    • Installation Steps
    • Docker Options
    • Hands on with Docker
  • Learn to create Docker Files
    • Creating first docker file
    • docker build
    • docker run
    • docker run complex HTML site
  • Docker Commands
    • docker build
    • docker run
    • docker ps
    • docker start
    • docker stop
    • docker rm
    • docker rmi
    • removing all images and containers via script
  • More Docker Commands
    • docker pull
    • docker push
    • docker inspect
    • docker stats
    • docker logs
  • Docker File Overview
    • Docker File Instructions
    • Docker File overview for DotNet App
    • Docker File overview for Angular App
  • Running Dotnet and Angular projects with docker
    • Console app STDIN example
    • Console app run
    • CMD vs Entrypoint
    • Running ASP.NET Core in container
    • Verifying files in container
    • Debugging Docker Container
    • Running Angular app in container
    • Verifying files in angular container
    • Creating Docker Compose file
    • Running Docker Compose
  • Docker Networking
    • Introduction
    • Bridge
    • None
    • Host
    • Listing all networks
    • Inspecting containers
    • Inspecting networks
    • DNS Server
    • Associating containers with network
    • Creating custom network
  • Containerizing SQL Server
    • Creating SQL Server container
    • Connecting Dotnet app with SQL container
    • Adding Docker Compose
    • Working without volume
    • Creating Volume
    • Verifying data after container shutdown
  • HTTPS Setup
    • Sample project creation
    • Docker file creation
    • Running on HTTP
    • Dev Cert creation
    • Running the container with HTTPS
  • Project Tye
    • Tye Introduction
    • Tye build
    • Tye run
    • Creating Frontend App using Razor Template
    • Creating Backend App using Web API Template
    • Adding Service Discovery
    • Tye Run with Backend and Frontend Projects
    • Adding Redis
    • Tye Run with Redis
  • Pushing Images to DockerHub and Azure Container Registry (ACR)
    • Pushing images on DockerHub
    • ACR Creation
    • Pushing images to ACR
    • Deploying containers to Azure Container Instances (ACI)
    • Another way of deploying containers to ACI
    • Deploying Angular App with ACI endpoint
    • Deploying container to web app
  • CI/CD pipeline using Github Actions
    • Github Actions introduction
    • Creating first workfile
    • Adding Docker login step for ACR
    • Adding Docker build and push step
    • Running the workfile
    • SQL Server container preparation
    • Created SQL server container on Azure
    • Publishing database to container instance on Azure
  • Kubernetes Setup
    • Branching Strategy
    • Enabling Kubernetes
    • K8s Components
    • Creating Catalog Api Yaml
    • Adding Brands and Types sections
    • Creating Mongo ConfigMap
    • Catalog Db Yaml Creation
    • Catalog db Secret Creation
    • Docker tag Catalog Api image
    • Catalog Api and Db Created
    • Setting up Kubernetes Dashboard
    • Fixing Container config issue
    • Kubernetes Lens
  • Bonus Section
    • Bonus Lecture

As technology continues to evolve, we are committed to updating the content to ensure it remains relevant and useful. We’re confident that you will find the course engaging and informative, and we value your feedback. Please let us know if you have any suggestions or comments, as your input is critical in helping us create top-quality, enterprise-ready content that meets your needs. Thank you for choosing this course, and we look forward to helping you enhance your skills and reach your goals.