Mastering Docker Enterprise

A companion guide for agile container adoption

A journey toward containerized applications in production with a cloud-portable, secure, robust and highly available Docker Enterprise platform.

Key Features

Get an insider's view into the container movement and Docker Enterprise
Manage the transformation associated with enterprise container adoption
Walk through the enterprise container adoption journey

Book DescriptionWhile known mostly as the open source engine behind tens of millions of server nodes, Docker also offers commercially supported enterprise tooling known as the Docker Enterprise. Les mer
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Om boka

A journey toward containerized applications in production with a cloud-portable, secure, robust and highly available Docker Enterprise platform.

Key Features

Get an insider's view into the container movement and Docker Enterprise
Manage the transformation associated with enterprise container adoption
Walk through the enterprise container adoption journey

Book DescriptionWhile known mostly as the open source engine behind tens of millions of server nodes, Docker also offers commercially supported enterprise tooling known as the Docker Enterprise. This platform leverages the deep roots from Docker Engine - Community (formerly Docker CE) and Kubernetes, but adds support and tooling to efficiently operate a secure container platform at scale. With hundreds of enterprises on board, best practices and adoption patterns are emerging rapidly. These learning points can be used to inform adopters and help manage the enterprise transformation associated with enterprise container adoption.

This book starts by explaining the case for Docker Enterprise, as well as its structure and reference architecture. From there, we progress through the PoC,pilot and production stages as a working model for adoption, evolving the platform's design and configuration for each stage and using detailed application examples along the way to clarify and demonstrate important concepts.The book concludes with Docker's impact on other emerging software technologies, such as Blockchain and Serverless computing.

By the end of this book, you'll have a better understanding of what it takes to get your enterprise up and running with Docker Enterprise and beyond.

What you will learn

Understand why containers are important to an enterprise
Understand the features and components of Docker Enterprise 2
Find out about the PoC, pilot, and production adoption phases
Get to know the best practices for installing and operating Docker Enterprise
Understand what is important for a Docker Enterprise in production
Run Kubernetes on Docker Enterprise

Who this book is forThis book is for Software Architects, DevOps Engineers, Tech Ops, Docker professionals, or any IT professional working with Docker and containers who wants to move containerized workloads to production. This book discusses the enterprise adoption of Docker and Kubernetes,therefore a basic understanding of Docker concepts will be helpful.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Table of Contents

Making the Case for Docker Enterprise
Docker Enterprise - An Architectural Overview
Getting Started -Docker Enterprise Proof of Concept
Preparing the Docker Enterprise Pilot Cluster
Prepare and Deploy a Docker Enterprise Pilot Application
Design and Pilot a Docker Enterprise CI Pipeline
Pilot Docker Enterprise Platform Monitoring and Logging
First Application in Production with Docker Enterprise
Important Docker Enterprise Production Topics
More on Kubernetes with Docker Enterprise
Taking the Docker Enterprise Platform Into the Future
Assessments

Om forfatteren

Mark Panthofer earned a degree in computer engineering in 1991 and has since accumulated 20+ years of technology adoption experience in a wide variety of positions, ranging from software engineer to software executive. He is currently the vice president of NVISIA's technology centers, where he focuses on Docker-related technology adoption. As a Docker-accredited consultant and instructor, Mark's responsibilities include the following: Providing training to leading commercial and government agencies on the best practices with Docker Enterprise for developers, DevOps, and operations Providing advisory services to regional IT organizations on enterprise container adoption Co-organizing Docker Chicago and Docker Milwaukee meetups Collaborating with Docker's solution architects