Docker for Enterprise Developers - US Eastern

As the follow-on to our Docker Fundamentals course, Docker for Enterprise Developers is a role-based course designed for an organization’s Development and DevOps teams to accelerate their Docker journey in the enterprise.


As the follow-on to the Docker Fundamentals course, Docker for Enterprise Developers is a role-based course designed for an organization’s Development and DevOps teams to accelerate their Docker journey in the enterprise. The course covers best practices to containerize and modernize legacy applications or build containerized applications from scratch that are secure, robust, highly available, resilient and self-healing.


  • Describe the essential patterns used in a highly distributed EE application
  • Understand how to configure EE applications for different environments without code change
  • Produce and containerize an EE application that is scalable, accessible, and fault-tolerant
  • Apply different debugging and testing techniques to containerized EE applications
  • Build and run the sample application on your local system using Kubernetes


Day 1:

  • Architecture of a Highly Distributed Application
  • Development Pipeline Overview
  • Developing Applications using Docker
    • Edit and Continue
    • Debugging
    • Docker Compose
    • Testing
    • Health Check
    • Defensive Programming
    • Logging and Error Handling
    • Docker Builder
    • Docker Secrets
    • Routing Mesh
    • HTTP Routing Mesh

Day 2:

  • Continuous Integration and Delivery
    • UCP and DTR
    • Configuration Management
    • Tagging and Versioning
    • Content Trust
    • Image Scanning
    • Webhooks
    • Image Promotion


2 Days


US Eastern 9:30AM - 5:00PM


  • Completed Docker Fundamentals Course or equivalent
  • Familiarity with using the Linux command line
  • Knowledge of Docker basics including how to:
    Run a Docker container
    Search for and pull images from Docker Store/Hub
    Use Docker for Mac or Windows on your local machine


Additional Information

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need for the course?

A laptop with a SSH client (OS X and most LINUX distributions have this, on Windows you can use PuTTY). You'll also need WiFi, and a modern internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. We will provide you cloud instance(s) to SSH into for the exercises. Please make sure that you have a Github account and a Docker Hub account before the class as well.

After registration, we will send out information on how to access our learning management platform and test access to our cloud instances which you will use in the class.

What is the refund policy?

REFUND POLICY: Notice of cancellation must be received at least 15 days prior to the requested course date to be eligible for a full refund. Notice of cancellation less than 15 days prior to the requested delivery date is eligible for a refund minus 25% of course cost (calculated from the original amount charged less 25% and applicable processing fees) or can be rescheduled for another class (see rescheduling policy below for details). RESCHEDULING POLICY: Rescheduling requests will allow the attendee(s) to reschedule for another course date one (1) time without penalty. If the attendee(s) needs to reschedule subsequent times, the attendee will owe an additional 25% of the course fee, per occurrence the attendee(s) reschedules (calculated from the original amount charged). Rescheduling requests will allow the attendee(s) to take the course up to one (1) calendar year from the original registered course date or shall forfeit all course costs paid. COURSE CANCELLATION/RESCHEDULING POLICY: Nebulaworks reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the requested course for any reason deemed necessary. If the course has been cancelled, Nebulaworks will notify the attendees within 15 days prior to the course start date. If the course has been cancelled, Nebulaworks will issue a full refund of the registration within 5 business days. If the course has been rescheduled for another date, the attendee must notify Nebulaworks if they would prefer a refund or to reschedule the training for the revised date. No rescheduling fees or processing fees will apply in this case.

Can I update my registration information?

Simply login to your TiTo account that was used to make your registration. You can update your registration information there.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

In the event that you cannot attend the training and you wish to transfer your registration to a colleague, please contact with the full name, email address and phone number for whom will be taking your place. There will be no fee to transfer your class.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Please contact prior to the start of the class if you would like to transfer your registration to another individual. The name on the registration must match that of the attendee.

How do you teach/manage online courses?

Our online courses are instructor-led and we use a learning management tool that allows our instructor to work with all of the class students directly. You receive the same training as a class taken in a physical classroom, just delivered in a virtual classroom.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions? 949-272-9219