Docker:Practical Guide for Developers and DevOps Teams
Learn the ins and outs of containerization in Docker with this practical guide! Begin by installing and setting up the platform. Then master the basics: get to know important terminology, understand how to run containers, and set up port redirecting and communication. You’ll learn to create custom images, work with commands, and use key containerization tools. Gain essential skills by following exercises that cover common tasks from packaging new applications and modernizing existing applications to handling security and operations.
- Get hands-on practice with Docker, from setup to orchestration
- Work with Dockerfiles, the docker compose command, GitLab, and Docker Hub
- Learn about project migration, security, Kubernetes, and more
- Consult and download practical code examples
In this book, you'll learn about:
Install Docker on Windows, macOS, or Linux. Then master the basic principles of working with the Docker platform: What are images? How do containers communicate with each other? Where do containers store data? You'll get to know Dockerfile syntax, learn to upload images, work with the docker compose command, and much more.
3. Hands-on Exercises
Develop modern web applications and transform existing projects with Docker by following step-by-step exercises. Use GitLab, Swarm, and Kubernetes to take your Docker projects to the next level. Round out your knowledge of configuring basic security mechanisms and setting up CI/CD pipelines.
- Installation and configuration
- Docker commands
- Rootless Docker
- Project migration
- Container security
- Continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD)
- Docker images
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