Working with Containers, Docker, and the IBM Cloud Container Registry
In this guided project, you will run a Docker image as a container and explore the exciting world of cloud container applications.Login to enroll
Classes StartMay 11, 2021
You will work with Docker images, which are files with code that you execute to build containers, and run an image as a container on IBM Cloud. Queries will provide you with information about the instance. You will export your namespace and use it to execute several commands.
This guided project will prepare you to use containers with microservices architecture as a foundation for DevOps cloud application development.
A Look at the Project Ahead
Once you have completed this project, you'll be able to:
- Pull an image from Docker Hub
- Run an image as a container using docker
- Build an image using a Dockerfile
- Push an image to IBM Cloud Container Registry
- Use the Docker command line interface (CLI)
What You’ll Need
Just a web browser and an IBM Cloud account!
Everything else is provided to you via the IBM Skills Network Labs environment. This platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.
Knowledge of command line interface (CLI) usage will be helpful.