Docker Quick Start Guide

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Learn
  • Set up your Docker workstation on various platforms
  • Utilize a number of Docker commands with parameters
  • Create Docker images using Dockerfiles
  • Learn how to create and use Docker volumes
  • Deploy multi-node Docker swarm infrastructure
  • Create and use Docker local and remote networks
  • Deploy multi-container applications that are HA and FT
  • Use Jenkins to build and deploy Docker images
About

Docker is an open source software platform that helps you with creating, deploying, and running your applications using containers. This book is your ideal introduction to Docker and containerization.

You will learn how to set up a Docker development environment on a Linux, Mac, or Windows workstation, and learn your way around all the commands to run and manage your Docker images and containers.

You will explore the Dockerfile and learn how to build your own enterprise-grade Docker images. Then you will learn about Docker networks, Docker swarm, and Docker volumes, and how to use these features with Docker stacks in order to define, deploy, and maintain highly-scalable, fault-tolerant multi-container applications.

Finally, you will learn how to leverage Docker with Jenkins to automate the building of Docker images and the deployment of Docker containers. By the end of this book, you will be well prepared when it comes to using Docker for your next project.

Features
  • Learn Docker installation on different types of OS
  • Get started with developing Docker images
  • Use Docker with your Jenkins CI/CD system
Page Count 230
Course Length 6 hours 54 minutes
ISBN 9781789347326
Date Of Publication 29 Nov 2018

Authors

Earl Waud

Earl Waud is a virtualization development professional with more than 20 year's experience developing customer-facing, enterprise-grade software for VM, and works with container provisioning, management, and automation.

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Earl has a proven track record of delivering on-time solutions that significantly impact business results; solutions that align engineering strategies with organizational vision.

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Recently, Earl has been creating AWS-based container solutions for enterprises using Docker, Kubernetes, Artifactory, Xray, and Twistlock.

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Currently, Earl is a senior software engineer with Intuit Inc. Other books by Earl include Mastering Chef Provisioning and Chef: Powerful Infrastructure Automation. Earl can be found online at SanDiegoEarl (dot) com.