Nick Janetakis

Full stack developer / Teacher, Holbrook, New York United States of America

Nick Janetakis is a self-employed software developer and teacher who spends his time doing consulting work and creating online courses. He is also the creator of the Dive Into Docker course which is a comprehensive video course to learn how to use Docker. Nick is focused on learning about technology and sharing that knowledge with others.

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Expertise

Orchestration (specifically Swarm Mode)
Docker for AWS
Docker for Developers
Docker for Operations

Programming Languages

Bash
Javascript
Python
Ruby
Other

Operating Systems

Linux

Available For

Speaking Opportunities
Guest Blogging
Consulting
Creating Training

Blog Posts by Nick Janetakis

Docker Tip #56: Volume Mounting SSH Keys into a Docker Container —

Posted on: 06/06/2018

On paper this sounds easy. Just mount in your SSH directory and you're done, but it's not that simple with Windows based Docker hosts....

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Docker Tip #53: Difference between a Registry, Repository and Image —

Posted on: 05/08/2018

A Docker repository is where you can store 1 or more versions of a specific Docker image. An image can have 1 or more versions (tags)....

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Docker Tip #52: Referencing Containers and Images by Their Short IDs —

Posted on: 05/02/2018

Container and image IDs are 64 character SHA-256 IDs. Most Docker commands truncate them to 12 characters, but you only need 4 chars....

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Docker Tip #51: Which Docker Compose API Version Should You Use? —

Posted on: 04/25/2018

Docker Compose currently has 3 major API versions (v1, v2 and v3). Certain features are enabled / disabled depending on which one you use....

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Docker Tip #50: Running an Insecure Docker Registry —

Posted on: 04/13/2018

Running an insecure registry isn't recommended but sometimes it's the easiest and most reasonable solution. Here's how to do it. Read the full article at: nickjanetakis.com...

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Docker Tip #49: Importing a Database SQL File with Docker Compose —

Posted on: 04/10/2018

When dealing with databases such as PostgreSQL, MariaDB or MySQL, you've likely wanted to import a raw SQL file. Here's how....

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Docker Tip #48: List All Changes Performed in a Container —

Posted on: 03/30/2018

So, you've been making changes inside of a container and now you want to see how it differs from the original. Here's how. Read the full article at: nickjanetakis.com...

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Docker Tip #46: Using WORKDIR to Cleanup Your Dockerfile —

Posted on: 03/21/2018

If you find yourself frequently changing directories in your Dockerfile then you may want to look into using WORKDIR. Here's how. The WORKDIR instruction allows you to set a specific path in one spot, and then most instructions (RUN and COPY to name a few) will execute in the context of that WORKDIR....

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Docker Tip #45: Docker Compose Stop vs Down —

Posted on: 03/13/2018

You can stop your containers using the stop or down command, but the down command does more than stopping your containers....

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Docker Tip #44: Show Total Disk Space Used by Docker —

Posted on: 03/06/2018

Here's a simple command to show you much disk space is being taken up by Docker images, containers, volumes and build cache....

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