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Nebulaworks Expands Education Offerings With Docker Containers: Cradle to Cloud Training Course

Nebulaworks, The DevOps Company, a leading provider of solutions, strategies and tools to enable DevOps adoption, announces the immediate availability of a new advanced training course; "Docker Containers: Cradle to Cloud."

"We've witnessed first-hand the challenges of managing the skills gap associated with integrating development and delivery of docker and Linux containers in the enterprise" says Nebulaworks Vice President of Engineering, Joshua Bradley. He continues, "To address this, we set to work on developing a course curriculum that is geared toward the advanced docker user. This in-depth training supports the process of implementing new applications and/or migration from existing stacks using containers."

Developed based on feedback from delivering Docker training to over 750 students worldwide, Nebulaworks has created a new offering expanding on the official Docker courseware. Titled, "Docker Containers: Cradle to Cloud", this all new, 3 day course provides students an in-depth exploration of the docker engine and underlying technologies, taking them into the Linux kernel and arriving at the process of transforming Virtual machines to Containers (V2C).

Chris Ciborowski, Nebulaworks CEO says, "It is exciting to see the explosion of container use in development but it is apparent that proper tool use in an integrated fashion to support of DevOps adoption is still early. This is an essential class for those looking to understand the detailed aspects of containers and their correct use."

The class is available immediately for private, onsite delivery and will be offered in select public locations in the US throughout the second half of 2016. Detailed information on the class is available at Docker Containers: Cradle to Cloud.

Published Tuesday, June 21, 2016 6:45 AM by David Marshall
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