Create a virtual classroom environment

To enable instructors to more easily connect with students for remote education, IBM is providing free access to your very own instance of the IBM Developer Skills Network portal until November of 2022.
A Skills Network portal is your own online learning environment. You can configure it to meet the needs of your own audience, whether that includes young students, technical staff, or any specialized group.
Check out our interactive demo with sample courses.
Learning objectives
In this tutorial, you will learn how to implement and configure a customized version of the IBM Developer Skills Network portal for online education.
Prerequisites
None.
Estimated time
Tasks in this tutorial should take about 30 minutes. (It can take several days to receive access to the new portal.)
Steps
To get started with your own Skills Network portal, complete the following steps.
1. Complete the form
Complete the request form to create an instance of the IBM Developer Skills Network portal. Allow up


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Create an Nginx reverse proxy across multiple backend servers

So you’ve got an application running in IBM Cloud. It’s made up of two components — each a Docker container, each listening on a given port and IP address. These components might be a backend that talks to a database, and a frontend that serves a website and talks to the backend. They could run on the same virtual server, or you might want to split them across different instances.
Either way, you may want these two components to appear as though they’re coming from the same endpoint, and have something route the traffic for you in a clever way. For example, you could route traffic calling any /api/ endpoint to the backend component, and any other traffic to the frontend component. It’s easy to do this using a reverse proxy like Nginx, and this tutorial shows you how.

Even easier, you’ll run it in IBM Cloud as a Cloud Foundry application.


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ctop – Top-like Interface for Monitoring Docker Containers

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How to Setup a Simple Apache Web Server in a Docker Container

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Docker open sources critical infrastructure component

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You’re doing DevOps wrong

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Docker Engine will get built-in container orchestration

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