We’re excited to announce that DockerCon 2017 will feature a comprehensive set of hands-on labs. We first introduced hands-on labs at DockerCon EU in 2015, and they were also part of DockerCon 2016 last year in Seattle. This year we’re offering a broader range of topics that cover the interests of both developers and operations personnel on both Windows and Linux.Register Now
Date and Time:
Austin Convention Center
500 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701
All attendees will need to provide their own laptop for the hands-on labs.
In this lab you can play around with the container orchestration features of Docker Engine. You will deploy a Dockerized application to a single host and test the application. You will then configure Docker Swarm Mode and deploy the same application across multiple hosts. You will then see how to scale the application and move the workload across different hosts easily.
In this lab you will learn about key Docker Networking concepts. You will get your hands dirty by going through examples of a few basic concepts, learn about Bridge and Overlay networking, and finally learning about the Swarm Routing Mesh.
A developer’s guide to app migration, showing how the Docker platform lets you update a monolithic application without doing a full rebuild. You’ll start with a sample app and see how to break components out into separate units, plumbing the units together with the Docker platform and the tried-and-trusted applications available on Docker Hub.
An admin guide to migrating .NET apps to Docker images, showing how the build, ship, run workflow makes application maintenance fast and risk-free. You’ll start by migrating a sample app to Docker, and then learn how to upgrade the application, patch the Windows version the app uses, and patch the Windows version on the host - all with zero downtime.
Get started with Docker on Windows, and learn why the world is moving to containers. You’ll start by exploring the Windows Docker images from Microsoft, then you’ll run some simple applications, and learn how to scale apps across multiple servers running Docker in swarm mode
In this lab you will construct a CI / CD pipeline using Docker Cloud. You'll connect your GitHub account to Docker Cloud, and set up triggers so that when a change is pushed to GitHub, a new version of your Docker container is built.
In this lab you will learn how to locate certified containers and plugins on docker store. You'll then deploy both a certified Docker image, as well as a certified Docker plugin.
In this lab you will deploy an application that takes advantage of some of the latest features of Docker Datacenter. The tutorial will lead you through building a compose file that can deploy a full application on UCP in one click. Capabilities that you will use in this application deployment include:
Application vulnerabilities are a continuous threat and must be continuously managed. In this tutorial we will show you how DTR can detect known vulnerabilities through image security scanning. You will detect a vulnerability in a running app, patch the app, and then apply a rolling update to gradually deploy the update across your cluster without causing any application downtime.