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Build robust and secure applications using the building blocks of DockerKey Featuresa- Understand the fundamentals of Containers.a- Understand the working of the entire Docker ecosystem.a- Learn how to utilize Docker Networking capabilities to its fullest.a- Learn how to secure Docker Containers.a- Get familiar and work with Docker Enterprise Edition.DescriptionThe book starts by introducing Containers and explains how they are different from virtual machines, and why they are the preferred tool for developing applications. You will understand the working of Images, Containers, and their associated Storage and will see how all the moving parts bind together to work synchronously.The book will then focus on Docker Swarm, the mechanism for orchestrating several running Docker containers. It then delves deeper into Docker Networking. Towards the end, you will learn how to secure your applications, especially by leveraging the native features of Docker Enterprise Edition.What will you learna- Learn how to use Docker Images.a- Get to know more about Docker Storage.a- Learn how to use Volume plugins in Docker services.a- Learn how to deploy a service to the Swarm.a- Learn how to manage, scale, and maintain containerized applications.Who this book is forThis book is for anyone who is looking to learn Docker. It is also useful for professionals who are looking to build and deploy web apps using Docker.Table of Contents1. Introduction to Containerization and Docker2. Containers and Images3. Storage Drivers and Volumes4. The Container Network Model and the Docker Bridge5. Docker Swarm6. Docker Networking7. Docker Security-18. Docker Security-IIAbout the AuthorsSaibal Ghosh has spent a substantial part of his career working with databases. However, in the last few years, he gravitated towards the cloud, cloud security, and newer technologies like Docker and Kubernetes. He has developed a deep understanding of these concepts and technologies bolstered by the insight gained from many years of experience working with applications, databases, storage and infrastructure, and the understanding of how data is stored, moved, and secured.He currently works as a Principal Architect in Ericsson India Ltd. and spends a substantial amount of time playing around with Docker and Kubernetes. He holds numerous certifications around applications, databases, cloud, and cloud security and is also a member of Leader's Excellence, Harvard Square.Your LinkedIn Profile:



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Date de parution 03 octobre 2020
Nombre de lectures 6
EAN13 9789389845884
Langue English

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Docker Demystified

Learn How to Develop and Deploy Applications Using Docker

Saibal Ghosh
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About the Author
Saibal Ghosh works as a Principal Architect in Ericsson India Ltd. He has donned many hats in his career, including being a database administrator, a technical consultant, a technical writer, an application developer, and a trainer.
He has a set of specific skills: understanding technology deeply and a keen sense of business pragmatism, and he thrives on matching these optimally. He has over the years, picked up different technologies, and uses them liberally to solve real-world problems in his profession. Of late, he is enamored by DevOps and spends a lot of his time working with Docker and Kubernetes and believes that DevOps is the future of Application Development. He obsesses about technical communication and tries very hard to ensure that such communication is correct, accurate, and to the point. He brings to the table more than twenty years of technical and business experience in and around infrastructure and security, presales, consulting, and solutioning.
Outside of work, Saibal loves reading, meditating, doing yoga, and spending time with his family.
About the Reviewers
Indrajit Nandi is an IT Architect with over 17 years of experience in the mobile telecommunication industry. He is a TOGAF certified platform architect with documented success in creating IT infrastructures in the private and public cloud environments. He is experienced in areas like System Integration, Solution Architecting, Consulting in Large Scale Transformation, Integration and Implementation Engagements with leading Global organizations. He has expertise in IT Infrastructure, BSS implementation, Business Continuity Setup, Vendor Management etc.
He possess significant exposure in Telecom Billing and Mediation Product Implementation and System Integration. He is proficient in platform technologies like Chassis management, Blade Server, Storage, Linux, Virtualization, OpenStack, Public Cloud, Container and Container Orchestration. He is deft in providing technical consulting in multiple operating platforms and various telecommunication operators including Tier-I, Tier-II and Green-Field Operators.
His current role is majorly involved in Infrastructure requirement analysis, effort estimation, proposal making, client handling, high and low level solution design preparation, solution implementation in the Telecom Domain.
He has completed his Bachelors of Engineering (Electronics & Telecommunications), from Jadavpur University, India.
Debasis Maity has 15 years of experience in various DB technologies like Oracle, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, MongoDB, and MySQL. He also has worked in the containerization of various DB components in Docker and deployed in Kubernetes. He has profound knowledge in Devops using tools like Git, Jenkins, GitLab, and Ansible. Currently, he is working in Ericsson, USA as a database architect.
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Sabyasachi Banerjee has a penchant for new technologies with a focus on data driven architecture and automation. He has been in the industry for twenty plus years. Currently he is involved in Identity Management and Engineered System design and implementation projects. He is an early adopter of most things new. He is a B.Tech in Metallurgical Engineering from NIT, Warangal, who has dabbled in making steel to software development. He travels for work and enjoys hiking, traveling, and photography. Presently working as a Senior Consultant in New Zealand.
This book would not have been possible without the blessings of my late parents, and the continued support of my wife Mouli and son Arpan, both of whom had to often put up with my brusque and curt manner, as I worked on the book late in the evenings and on weekends, cutting out on family time.
I would like to thank the technical reviewers of the book: Indrajit Nandi, Debasis Maity and Sabyasachi Banerjee, all of whom took time out from their busy schedules to technically review the book and give me the reassurance that the book indeed fulfils the objectives for which it was written. My gratitude also goes out to a lot of other people who encouraged me during the writing of this book, none more so than my brother Prabal, who helped me with all the diagrams in the book, as well as my friends and colleagues who kept me on my toes by often asking me about the progress of the book, thereby implicitly nudging me along.
This genesis of this book lies in my struggle in trying to decipher and understand Docker while I was learning it and trying to find the answers to questions and doubts that came to my mind while I tried to wrap my head around all the new concepts and terminologies, often facing a sea of doubts with no shoreline in sight.
If this book helps in ‘demystifying’ Docker for someone who is new to the technology, I would consider my job well done and my efforts more than adequately compensated.
Finally, I would like to thank BPB Publications for helping me throughout the book.
Till a few years ago, all applications were monolithic in nature. That is, they were built as a single unit and were considered a composite whole. Any changes to be incorporated into the application meant bringing down the entire application stack, making changes to it, testing it out, and then bringing it up. The whole process was very cumbersome, unwieldy, and often error prone. Many times applications that ran perfectly on the test environment ran suboptimally on the production system or, worse, sometimes even didn’t run at all!
And it frequently took days of painstaking analysis to find out that say, some of the libraries that were present in the development environment were missing in the production environment, resulting in the mismatch and all the subsequent problems.
Enter containers.
The way containers work is that they encapsulate an application into a single executable package along with all its related configuration files, libraries, and dependencies required for it to run. Containerized applications share the operating system of the host and use the run time engine of Docker to coordinate all the activities that let more than one container residing on the same host operating system share the host operating system’s resources. This, of course, eliminates the requirement of having numerous operating systems and makes the containers fast, nimble, and agile.
These days most large-scale applications are microservice based. Instead of using a single monolithic codebase, applications are broken down into a collection of smaller components called microservices. The benefits of doing something like this is enormous. Each component can be individually developed, tested, deployed, and scaled. There is no dependency on other applications and enables the use of different programming languages, databases, and other tools for each microservice.
It is no idle coincidence that microservice based architecture has become very popular along with the growth of containers because it is containers that allow us the leeway for creating self-contained applications (microservice-based applications), which are loosely coupled and can be independently deployed and each separate application can work independently as well as be part of a composite whole, that is the microservices can be linked together to form a larger application.
Docker is an excellent tool for microservices. Each application can be deployed in separate containers, or they may even be broken down into separate processes running in separate Docker containers.
The main aim of this book is to provide you the necessary information and understanding to develop the skills to use Docker for your application development, deployment, and management. This book has a very hands-on approach, and there is a screenshot provided for almost every example done. Every concept is explained using a proof by example methodology so that the reader not only reads about the concept but also immediately sees a demonstration of the concept. In this book, you will learn about the following:
Chapter 1 is an introductory chapter. This chapter introduces us to the world of containers, and talks about its benefits, and walks us through its difference with virtu

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