Blueprint to Virtualization – Containerization

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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

⭐ You want to work with Containers on AWS and if you are new to this and if you want to learn this the easiest way. THIS IS YOUR BLUEPRINT.

⭐ The components that actually make up for the engine for your computation are basically your CPU, RAM, Storage, Motherboard, Graphics Card, Ethernet, and other devices that you have in your System.

⭐ It was in 1972 when IBM launched its VM/370 which was also known as Virtual Machine Facility/370. It was the first Hardware-assisted virtualization to be introduced on the IBM System/370 which was a very popular IBM mainframe computer in 1972, to be used with VM/370.

⭐ Type 1 Hypervisor also called the Bare Metal Hypervisor, comes as a part of the physical hardware, and sometimes has to be enabled from the BIOS if not enabled by default is also called the Host and the VM that is hosted on that is called the Guest Operating System.

⭐ Hypervisors, actually treat the resources that you have such as CPU, Memory storage as a part of the resource pool and thus are able to allocate these resources for the VMs that are created on top of them. Type 2 Hypervisor, also called the Hosted Hypervisor, runs on the conventional general operating system just like a software application.

⭐ So you have the HARDWARE, on top of which you install the operating system ie your HOST OS.

LEARNING OUTCOME:

  1. Here we will have over 2 hours of content with over 2-3 Sessions to cover the aspects of the Virtualization – Containerization in Docker.
  2. You will be getting the demos of each of the concepts that we will be discussing here.
  3. All the videos that you will see here are Visually Explained with Animations for better understanding and clarity.

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What Will You Learn?

  • You want to work with Containers on AWS and if you are new to this and if you want to learn this the easiest way.
  • THIS IS YOUR BLUEPRINT.

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