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Docker in Practice, Second Edition presents over 100 practical techniques, hand-picked to help you get the most out of Docker. Following a Problem/Solution/Discussion format, you'll walk through specific examples that you can use immediately, and you'll get expert guidance on techniques that you can apply to a whole range of scenarios.
Docker’s simple idea—wrapping an application and its dependencies into a single deployable container—created a buzz in the software industry. Now, containers are essential to enterprise infrastructure, and Docker is the undisputed industry standard. So what do you do after you’ve mastered the basics? To really streamline your applications and transform your dev process, you need relevant examples and experts who can walk you through them. You need this book.
Docker in Practice, Second Edition teaches you rock-solid, tested Docker techniques, such as replacing VMs, enabling microservices architecture, efficient network modeling, offline productivity, and establishing a container-driven continuous delivery process. Following a cookbook-style problem/solution format, you’ll explore real-world use cases and learn how to apply the lessons to your own dev projects.
Ian Miell and Aidan Hobson Sayers are seasoned infrastructure architects working in the UK. Together, they used Docker to transform DevOps at one of the UK’s largest gaming companies.
Must-have guide to understanding, setting up, and administering Docker! The authors do a fantastic job identifying and resolving common problems.
Docker took the software industry by storm, and this book is what you need to best navigate those stormy waters.
Not just a Docker book—it also makes you an effective DevOps person by teaching how to use the command line better.
An excellent Docker playbook, curated from hard-won experience in the field. Your Docker knowledge will be greatly expanded.
Updated as Docker has evolved, this book is an essential guide with excellent working examples. Keep your skills fresh!
The first book you should read after Docker's own Getting Started pages!
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