Docker Certified  Associate (DCA) - With Kubernetes
Docker Certified Associate (DCA) – With Kubernetes
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Covers all the 6 domains required in the Docker Certified Associate (DCA) Exam.

The following domains are covered in detail by setting up Docker in various environments like AWS Cloud and local Linux systems.

Domain 1: Orchestration (25% of exam)

Domain 2: Image Creation, Management, and Registry (20% of exam)

Domain 3: Installation and Configuration (15% of exam)

Domain 4: Networking (15% of exam)

Domain 5: Security (15% of exam)

Domain 6: Storage and Volumes (10% of exam)

Domain 1: Orchestration (25% of exam)

Understand Docker Swarm Orchestration

Setup of a swarm mode cluster, with managers and worker nodes

Differences between running a container vs running a service

Lock a swarm cluster

Inspect docker and container using "docker inspect" commands

YAML compose file with "docker stack deploy"

Update/Change a running stack of services

Increase/Decrease # of replicas

Add networks, publish ports

Mount volumes

Differences and use-cases for replicated vs global service

Troubleshoot a service using logs

Applying node labels

Task placement using node labels

Using templates with docker service

Domain 2: Image Creation, Management, and Registry (20% of exam)

Describe Dockerfile options [add, copy, volumes, expose, entrypoint, etc)Understand Dockerfile and create an efficient imageUse CLI commands such as list, delete, prune, rmi, etc to manage imagesInspect images and report specific attributes using filter and formatTagging, Pushing, Signing, pulling, adding a file, Modify an imageModify an image to a single layerConfigure and setup registry,Display layers of a Docker imageDescribe how image layers workLogin, Search, Delete image in a registryDomain 3: Installation and Configuration (15% of exam)Setup repo, storage driver, install and upgrade docker-engine in various platformsConfigure logging drivers (splunk, journald, etc)Setup swarm, configure managers, add nodes, and setup backup scheduleCreate and manage user and teamsSizing requirements for production scenariosUnderstand namespaces, cgroups, and configuration of certificatesUse certificate-based client-server authentication to ensure a Docker daemon has the rights to access images on a registrySetup in AWSinfrastructure along with HA configComplete configuration of backups for UCP and DTRConfigure the Docker daemon to start on bootDomain 4: Networking (15% of exam)Create and setup a bridge networkPublish ports and identify ip to access the containers.Explore and set up a different type of networks like bridge, host and null networkDescribe the different types and use cases for the built-in network driversIntroduction to DNSand using external DNSLoad balance traffic between containersCommunication between Docker engine, registry, and UCP controllersDeploy service on a Docker overlay networkDescribe the difference between “host” and “ingress” port publishing modeDomain 5: Security (15% of exam)Signing imageEnable Docker Content TrustConfigure (Role-Based Access Control) RBAC in UCPOverview of Integration of UCP with LDAP/ADCreate, download and use UCP client bundlesSecuring Docker swarmDifference between UCP workers and managersThe process to use external certificates with UCP and DTRDomain 6: Storage and Volumes (10% of exam)Various graph driver and its usageConfigure device-mapperCompare object storage to block storage, and explain which one is preferable when availableDifferent layers in a docker container and how volumes are used with docker for persistent storageCleanup unused images in filesystem and RegistryIntroduction to Kubernetes and its conceptsInstallation and architecture of KubernetesIntroduction to PodsDeployment and Service conceptsLabel select concepts and its usesConfigmaps IntroductionSecrets and its usesNamespace Introduction[center]Download link:[/center]



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