Choose the smarter way to learn about containerizing your applications and running them in production. Key Features Deploy and manage highly scalable, containerized applications with Kubernetes Build high-availability Kubernetes clusters Secure your applications via encapsulation, networks, and secrets Book Description Kubernetes is an open source orchestration platform for managing containers in a cluster environment. This Learning Path introduces you to the world of containerization, in addition to providing you with an overview of Docker fundamentals. As you progress, you will be able to understand how Kubernetes works with containers. Starting with creating Kubernetes clusters and running applications with proper authentication and authorization, you'll learn how to create high-availability Kubernetes clusters on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and also learn how to use kubeconfig to manage different clusters. Whether it is learning about Docker containers and Docker Compose, or building a continuous delivery pipeline for your application, this Learning Path will equip you with all the right tools and techniques to get started with containerization. By the end of this Learning Path, you will have gained hands-on experience of working with Docker containers and orchestrators, including SwarmKit and Kubernetes. This Learning Path includes content from the following Packt products: Kubernetes Cookbook - Second Edition by Hideto Saito, Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee, and Ke-Jou Carol Hsu Learn Docker - Fundamentals of Docker 18.x by Gabriel N. Schenker What you will learn Build your own container cluster Run a highly distributed application with Docker Swarm or Kubernetes Update or rollback a distributed application with zero downtime Containerize your traditional or microservice-based application Build a continuous delivery pipeline for your application Track metrics and logs for every container in your cluster Implement container orchestration to streamline deploying and managing applications Who this book is for This beginner-level Learning Path is designed for system administrators, operations engineers, DevOps engineers, and developers who want to get started with Docker and Kubernetes. Although no prior experience with Docker is required, basic knowledge of Kubernetes and containers will be helpful.
Choose the smarter way to learn about containerizing your applications and running them in production. Key FeaturesDeploy and manage highly scalable, containerized applications with KubernetesBuild high-availability Kubernetes clustersSecure your applications via encapsulation, networks, and secretsBook Description Kubernetes is an open source orchestration platform for managing containers in a cluster environment. This Learning Path introduces you to the world of containerization, in addition to providing you with an overview of Docker fundamentals. As you progress, you will be able to understand how Kubernetes works with containers. Starting with creating Kubernetes clusters and running applications with proper authentication and authorization, you'll learn how to create high-availability Kubernetes clusters on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and also learn how to use kubeconfig to manage different clusters. Whether it is learning about Docker containers and Docker Compose, or building a continuous delivery pipeline for your application, this Learning Path will equip you with all the right tools and techniques to get started with containerization. By the end of this Learning Path, you will have gained hands-on experience of working with Docker containers and orchestrators, including SwarmKit and Kubernetes. This Learning Path includes content from the following Packt products: Kubernetes Cookbook - Second Edition by Hideto Saito, Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee, and Ke-Jou Carol HsuLearn Docker - Fundamentals of Docker 18.x by Gabriel N. SchenkerWhat you will learnBuild your own container clusterRun a highly distributed application with Docker Swarm or KubernetesUpdate or rollback a distributed application with zero downtimeContainerize your traditional or microservice-based applicationBuild a continuous delivery pipeline for your applicationTrack metrics and logs for every container in your clusterImplement container orchestration to streamline deploying and managing applicationsWho this book is for This beginner-level Learning Path is designed for system administrators, operations engineers, DevOps engineers, and developers who want to get started with Docker and Kubernetes. Although no prior experience with Docker is required, basic knowledge of Kubernetes and containers will be helpful.
Schedule and run application containers using Kubernetes Key FeaturesGet to grips with a wide range of tools to monitor and secure your deploymentsManage your container clusters and networks using KubernetesGet well-versed with the fundamentals of KubernetesBook Description Kubernetes has continued to grow and achieve broad adoption across various industries, helping you to orchestrate and automate container deployments on a massive scale. Based on the recent release of Kubernetes 1.12, Getting Started with Kubernetes gives you a complete understanding of how to install a Kubernetes cluster. The book focuses on core Kubernetes constructs, such as pods, services, replica sets, replication controllers, and labels. You will understand cluster-level networking in Kubernetes, and learn to set up external access to applications running in the cluster. As you make your way through the book, you'll understand how to manage deployments and perform updates with minimal downtime. In addition to this, you will explore operational aspects of Kubernetes , such as monitoring and logging, later moving on to advanced concepts such as container security and cluster federation. You'll get to grips with integrating your build pipeline and deployments within a Kubernetes cluster, and be able to understand and interact with open source projects. In the concluding chapters, you'll orchestrate updates behind the scenes, avoid downtime on your cluster, and deal with underlying cloud provider instability within your cluster. By the end of this book, you'll have a complete understanding of the Kubernetes platform and will start deploying applications on it. What you will learnDownload, install, and configure the Kubernetes code baseSet up and access monitoring and logging for Kubernetes clustersSet up external access to applications running in the clusterLearn how to manage and scale kubernetes with hosted platforms on AWS, Azure, and GCPRun multiple clusters and manage them from a single control planeDiscover top tools for deploying and managing a Kubernetes clusterLearn how to get production ready and harden Kubernetes operations, networking, and storageWho this book is for Getting Started with Kubernetes is for developers, system administrators, and DevOps engineers who want to automate the deployment process and scale their applications. No prior knowledge of Kubernetes is required.
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 Description While 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 for This 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.
Learn about configuration management and gain complete control of your Docker containers using Puppet About This Book This is the first book that focuses specifically on the combination of containerization and configuration management tools as the landscape for system administration changes It demonstrates to administrators how to seamlessly integrate containerization without disrupting their entire system It provides a canny way for you to grow your tool kit and embrace new tech such as Docker while building on your existing skill set Who This Book Is For This book is designed for system administrators who are looking to explore containerization. Intermediate experience and expertise with Puppet is presumed. What You Will Learn Write Puppet modules to build Docker Create Docker Compose templates with .erb files Get to know the architecture of Docker schedulers Create a Docker network and service discovery framework Build a fully functional Docker scheduler with Puppet Make Docker production ready with Puppet In Detail This book teaches you how to take advantage of the new benefits of containerization systems such as Docker, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, and Docker UCP, without losing the panoptical power of proper configuration management. You will learn how to integrate your containerized applications and modules with your Puppet workflow. You will also understand how to manage, monitor, and orchestrate hosts to keep deployed containers running seamlessly. With the help of this book, you can efficiently automate and document with containers, as a part of your system. The book will also cover use cases of deploying Puppet within a containerized environment. Style and approach This book uniquely focuses on the pain point of making containerization part of a bigger, established workflow of system administration. It will begin with the presumption that one has a use for Docker containers, and a background in system administration. Then, step by step, it takes you through the concepts and methods necessary to integrate this new time-saving technology into a well-managed configuration run by Puppet.
Learn to develop, test, and deploy your Spring Boot distributed application and explore various best practices. Key Features Build and deploy your microservices architecture in the cloud Build event-driven resilient systems using Hystrix and Turbine Explore API management tools such as KONG and API documentation tools such as Swagger Book Description Spring is one of the best frameworks on the market for developing web, enterprise, and cloud ready software. Spring Boot simplifies the building of complex software dramatically by reducing the amount of boilerplate code, and by providing production-ready features and a simple deployment model. This book will address the challenges related to power that come with Spring Boot's great configurability and flexibility. You will understand how Spring Boot configuration works under the hood, how to overwrite default configurations, and how to use advanced techniques to prepare Spring Boot applications to work in production. This book will also introduce readers to a relatively new topic in the Spring ecosystem – cloud native patterns, reactive programming, and applications. Get up to speed with microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. Each chapter aims to solve a specific problem or teach you a useful skillset. By the end of this book, you will be proficient in building and deploying your Spring Boot application. What you will learn Build logically structured and highly maintainable Spring Boot applications Configure RESTful microservices using Spring Boot Make the application production and operation-friendly with Spring Actuator Build modern, high-performance distributed applications using cloud patterns Manage and deploy your Spring Boot application to the cloud (AWS) Monitor distributed applications using log aggregation and ELK Who this book is for The book is targeted at experienced Spring and Java developers who have a basic knowledge of working with Spring Boot. The reader should be familiar with Spring Boot basics, and aware of its benefits over traditional Spring Framework-based applications.
Many organizations today have begun to modernize their Windows workloads to take full advantage of cloud economics. If you're a C# developer at one of these companies, you need options for rehosting, replatforming, and refactoring your existing .NET Framework applications. This practical book guides you through the process of converting your monolithic application to microservices on AWS. Authors Noah Gift, founder of Pragmatic AI Labs, and James Charlesworth, engineering manager at Pendo, take you through the depth and breadth of .NET tools on AWS. You'll examine modernization techniques and pathways for incorporating Linux and Windows containers and serverless architecture to build, maintain, and scale modern .NET apps on AWS. With this book, you'll learn how to make your applications more modern, resilient, and cost-effective. Get started building solutions with C# on AWS Learn DevOps best practices for AWS Explore the development tools and services that AWS provides Successfully migrate a legacy .NET application to AWS Develop serverless .NET microservices on AWS Containerize your .NET applications and move into the cloud Monitor and test your AWS .NET applications Build cloud native solutions that combine the best of the .NET platform and AWS
Continuous integration, delivery and deployment promise rapid feedback and short turn-around times, which serve as enablers for greater responsiveness in the face of changing markets and disruptive technologies alike. It is this responsiveness to threats and opportunities that makes the difference between success and extinction in the software industry of tomorrow. Coverage includes an overview of the various continuous practices, explanations and guidance adapted to different contexts and circumstances and a concrete structured method to leverage continuous practices for your needs. Daniel StOEhl and Torvald MOErtensson have as researchers and practitioners observed, studied and participated in a multitude of software projects in a range of companies and segments of the software industry. Now they have teamed up to share their experiences and insights and provide hands-on guidance to software engineers looking to improve their continuous practices.
Docker is a next-generation platform for simplifying application containerization life-cycle. Docker allows you to create a robust and resilient environment in which you can generate portable, composable, scalable, and stable application containers. This book is a step-by-step guide that will walk you through the various features of Docker from Docker software installation to the impenetrable security of containers. The book starts off by elucidating the installation procedure for Docker and a few troubleshooting techniques. You will be introduced to the process of downloading Docker images and running them as containers. You'll learn how to run containers as a service (CaaS) and also discover how to share data among containers. Later on, you'll explore how to establish the link between containers and orchestrate containers using Docker Compose. You will also come across relevant details about application testing inside a container. You will discover how to debug a container using the docker exec command and the nsenter tool. Finally, you will learn how to secure your containers with SELinux and other proven methods.
Docker lets you create, deploy, and manage your applications anywhere at anytime – flexibility is key so you can deploy stable, secure, and scalable app containers across a wide variety of platforms and delve into microservices architecture About This Book This up-to-date edition shows how to leverage Docker's features to deploy your existing applications Learn how to package your applications with Docker and build, ship, and scale your containers Explore real-world examples of securing and managing Docker containers Who This Book Is For This book is ideal for developers, operations managers, and IT professionals who would like to learn about Docker and use it to build and deploy container-based apps. No prior knowledge of Docker is expected. What You Will Learn Develop containerized applications using the Docker version 17.03 Build Docker images from containers and launch them Develop Docker images and containers leveraging Dockerfiles Use Docker volumes to share data Get to know how data is shared between containers Understand Docker Jenkins integration Gain the power of container orchestration Familiarize yourself with the frequently used commands such as docker exec, docker ps, docker top, and docker stats In Detail Docker is an open source containerization engine that offers a simple and faster way for developing and running software. Docker containers wrap software in a complete filesystem that contains everything it needs to run, enabling any application to be run anywhere – this flexibily and portabily means that you can run apps in the cloud, on virtual machines, or on dedicated servers. This book will give you a tour of the new features of Docker and help you get started with Docker by building and deploying a simple application. It will walk you through the commands required to manage Docker images and containers. You'll be shown how to download new images, run containers, list the containers running on the Docker host, and kill them. You'll learn how to leverage Docker's volumes feature to share data between the Docker host and its containers – this data management feature is also useful for persistent data. This book also covers how to orchestrate containers using Docker compose, debug containers, and secure containers using the AppArmor and SELinux security modules. Style and approach This step-by-step guide will walk you through the features and use of Docker, from Docker software installation to the impenetrable security of containers.
Updated for Docker Community Edition v18.09! Docker book designed for SysAdmins, SREs, Operations staff, Developers and DevOps who are interested in deploying the open source container service Docker. In this book, we'll walk you through installing, deploying, managing, and extending Docker. We're going to do that by first introducing you to the basics of Docker and its components. Then we'll start to use Docker to build containers and services to perform a variety of tasks. We're going to take you through the development lifecycle, from testing to production, and see where Docker fits in and how it can make your life easier. We'll make use of Docker to build test environments for new projects, demonstrate how to integrate Docker with continuous integration workflow, and then how to build application services and platforms. Finally, we'll show you how to use Docker's API and how to extend Docker yourself. We'll teach you how to: * Install Docker. * Take your first steps with a Docker container. * Build Docker images. * Manage and share Docker images. * Run and manage more complex Docker containers. * Deploy Docker containers as part of your testing pipeline. * Build multi-container applications and environments. * Learn about orchestration using Compose and Swarm for the orchestration of Docker containers and Consul for service discovery. * Explore the Docker API. * Getting Help and Extending Docker.