08.07.2020 | 

Webinar: Docker für .NET-Entwickler

Im Webinar am 08. Juli 2020 erklärte Thorsten Hans was Docker ist, warum Docker für jedes Unternehmen interessant ist und wie .NET-Web-Anwendungen effizient in Docker Containern betrieben werden. Lernen Sie die wichtigsten Charakteristiken und Kommandos, um mit der beliebten Container-Technologie durchzustarten.

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Agenda

  • Was ist Docker?
  • Mit der Docker-CLI arbeiten
  • .NET-Anwendungen in Docker Containern betreiben
  • Alltägliche Aufgaben im Docker-Kontext erklärt
  • Q&A

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