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Mastering Docker

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Unlock new opportunities using Docker's most advanced features. About This Book Experience first- and third-party tools such as Docker Compose, Docker Machine, Portainer, and Rancher Learn how to leverage Kubernetes, Amazon ECS, and Docker Swarm and know when each solution is appropriate Discover how Docker can be integrated into your daily workflows Who This Book Is For If you are an I.T Professional and recognize Docker's importance for innovation in everything from system administration to web development, but aren't sure how to use it to its full potential, this book is for you. What You Will Learn Become fluent in the basic components and concepts of Docker Secure your containers and files with Docker's security features Extend Docker and solve architectural problems using first- and third-party orchestration tools, service discovery, and plugins Leverage the Linux container virtualization paradigm by creating highly scalable applications In Detail Docker has been a game-changer when it comes to how modern applications are deployed and architectured. It has now grown into a key driver of innovation beyond system administration, with an impact on the world of web development and more. But how can you make sure you're keeping up with the innovations it's driving This book shows you how; it not only demonstrates how to use Docker more effectively, it also helps you rethink and reimagine what's possible with Docker. You will also cover basic topics such as building, managing and storing images along with best practices to make you confident before delving more deeply into Docker security. You'll find everything related to extending and integrating Docker in new and innovative ways. Docker Swarm and Docker Compose will help you take control of your containers in an efficient way. By the end of the book, you will have a broad and detailed sense of exactly what's possible with Docker and how seamlessly it fits in with a range of other platforms and tools. Style and approach A clear, concise, and straightforward book to make you a Master in Docker by including topics such as extending and integrating Docker along with different Docker tools, in a way that's accessible and practical. This book has been created to help you put new ideas into practice, and to demonstrate precisely what's possible with Docker.

Mastering Docker Enterprise

Author : Mark Panthofer
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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.

Mastering Docker

Author : Shrikrishna Holla
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"Docker is a tool that is designed to benefit both developers and system administrators. For developers, it means they can develop applications without worrying about the system it will be running on. For system administrators, it gives them flexibility and reduces the number of systems required. This video will teach you to leverage advanced-level Docker. It starts by introducing how Docker works the way it does, first scripting a layer in a Docker workflow--Dockerfile. Next, you will explore compose by writing a docker-compose.yml file for a social network app, and look at top-down approaches to building network topologies for our social network's containers. Then you will be familiarized with the swarm workflow, Kubernetes, and Google's tool for setting up a managed cluster. You will learn how to set up Docker's plugin infrastructure and use the customization options. By the end of this course, you will be able to successfully manage your Docker containers, with the help of minecraft server."--Resource description page.

Mastering Docker Fourth Edition

Author : RUSS. MCKENDRICK
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Mastering Docker Second Edition

Author : Russ McKendrick
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Unlock new opportunities using Docker's most advanced features.About This Book* Experience first- and third-party tools such as Docker Compose, Docker Machine, Portainer, and Rancher* Learn how to leverage Kubernetes, Amazon ECS, and Docker Swarm and know when each solution is appropriate* Discover how Docker can be integrated into your daily workflowsWho This Book Is ForIf you are an I.T Professional and recognize Docker's importance for innovation in everything from system administration to web development, but aren't sure how to use it to its full potential, this book is for you.What You Will Learn* Become fluent in the basic components and concepts of Docker* Secure your containers and files with Docker's security features* Extend Docker and solve architectural problems using first- and third-party orchestration tools, service discovery, and plugins* Leverage the Linux container virtualization paradigm by creating highly scalable applicationsIn DetailDocker has been a game-changer when it comes to how modern applications are deployed and architectured. It has now grown into a key driver of innovation beyond system administration, with an impact on the world of web development and more. But how can you make sure you're keeping up with the innovations it's drivingThis book shows you how; it not only demonstrates how to use Docker more effectively, it also helps you rethink and reimagine what's possible with Docker.You will also cover basic topics such as building, managing and storing images along with best practices to make you confident before delving more deeply into Docker security.You'll find everything related to extending and integrating Docker in new and innovative ways. Docker Swarm and Docker Compose will help you take control of your containers in an efficient way.By the end of the book, you will have a broad and detailed sense of exactly what's possible with Docker and how seamlessly it fits in with a range of other platforms and tools.Style and approachA clear, concise, and straightforward book to make you a Master in Docker by including topics such as extending and integrating Docker along with different Docker tools, in a way that's accessible and practical. This book has been created to help you put new ideas into practice, and to demonstrate precisely what's possible with Docker.

Mastering Docker Third Edition

Author : Russ McKendrick
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Master Docker and leverage its power in your day-to-day workflow Key Features Explore tools such as Docker Engine, Machine, Compose, and Swarm Discover how Docker can be integrated into your daily workflows Learn to leverage Docker Swarm and Kubernetes Book Description Docker has been a game-changer when it comes to how modern applications are deployed and created. It has now grown into a key driver of innovation beyond system administration, with an impact on the world of web development. But how can you make sure you're keeping up with the innovations it's driving, or be sure you're using it to its full potential? Mastering Docker shows you how; this book not only demonstrates how to use Docker more effectively, but also helps you rethink and reimagine what's possible with it. You will cover concepts such as building, managing, and storing images, along with best practices to make you confident, before delving more into Docker security. You'll find everything related to extending and integrating Docker in new and innovative ways. Docker Compose, Docker Swarm, and Kubernetes will help you take control of your containers in an efficient manner. By the end of the book, you will have a broad, yet detailed, sense of what's possible with Docker, and how seamlessly it fits in with a range of other platforms and tools. What you will learn Become fluent with the basic components and concepts of Docker Learn the best ways to build, store, and distribute containers Understand how Docker can fit into your development workflow Secure your containers and files with Docker's security features Solve architectural problems using the first and third clustering tool Leverage Linux containers and create highly scalable applications Who this book is for If you are an I.T professional and recognize Docker's importance for innovation in everything from system administration to web development, but aren't sure how to use it to its full potential, Mastering Docker is for you.

Mastering Docker 2017 the DevOps Way by School of DevOps

Author : Gourav Shah
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"With Docker at its core, open containers eco system is changing the way software is being built, shipped, delivered and orchestrated. If you observe closely, you could clearly see the tell-tale signs that its set to be the next big thing. All big cloud players and technology platforms alike have released tools and services around containers. Aside from the Googles and Amazons of the world who are already using containers in production, multitudes of companies globally are either contemplating a container strategy or already in the process of adopting it. If you are a IT practitioner, you should not miss being part of this revolution, and be ahead of the game by adding this shiny new skill of today and essential skill for tomorrow to your portfolio. This course is part of the bite sized DevOps learning series by the School of DevOps, and is a pragmatic learning path to master building, deploying, delivering and managing software with containers and Docker. The introductory section is the only theoretical section; it is then followed by scenario-based, hands-on sessions, which emphasize learning by doing. Each of the sections includes quizzes and follow up nano projects, and troubleshooting exercises."--Resource description page.

Mastering CorelDraw 9

Author : Rick Altman
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"Social Issues in Sport, Second Edition," is an outstanding introduction to the multifaceted roles of sport and physical activity in society and the perfect tool for examining sport from a critical perspective. The text's engaging writing style, full-color format, and sound learning tools make it accessible and get students involved in and excited about the material. A full array of instructor resources and a variety of learning activities in each chapter make this book a highly functional and enjoyable way for instructors to introduce this subject to their students. This edition continues to engage students with real-world examples, connecting theory with the sports they view and participate in. Following are new and updated features: -A new chapter on the emerging area of sport and development, which describes how sport may be used to promote peace, socialization, and moral development -Expanded discussions of deviance in sport and social media phenomena that have become intertwined with the world of sport -Updated sidebars, including an increased number of Expert's View sidebars to help students take a theory-to-practice mind-set to their studies -The latest research in the field with current examples and statistics While the book is solidly grounded in research, it does not dwell on theory. "Social Issues in Sport, Second Edition," provides a deeper look at the issues, contradictions, and confusion surrounding sport for students in sport management, sport sociology, or other areas of sport studies. Students will find heavy emphasis on areas that other texts often overlook--including the role of coaches, importance of lifetime sport and fitness, and sport for special populations such as the physically and mentally challenged and the elderly. As a result, students gain a complete view of what constitutes sport and physical activity and a firm grasp of the sociocultural considerations vital to their understanding of sport.

Docker

Author : Brayden Smith
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LEARN DOCKER BEST WAY Innovation in today's fast-paced and interconnected society comes directly from the software. Developers need to be able to provide an intuitive, attractive, and easily accessible experience for their users in order to succeed. Docker's modern platform can provide that kind of innovation to all of its users with its unique method of packaging up applications into isolated, independent, and contained environments in order to maximize their portability as well as their efficiency. Docker has been referred to as "The modern platform for high-velocity innovation," and is currently the only independent container platform that can allow you to build, share, and even run any application easily and efficiently from anywhere you choose. Of course, there is a little bit more to the Docker platform than simply this "innovation." Docker is a unique platform for a tool that can be called nothing short of a "game-changer." Such a unique and innovative service like Docker and all of its various products and services will also inherently require a much higher amount of learning and adjustment in order to understand and master when compared to other similar services. There can be a bit of a "learning curve" with new and complicated services like this one, and approaching it can even seem a little bit intimidating at first. This is why this book exists! This step by step guide to learning and mastering Docker is meant to help you do exactly what it says on the cover; learn and master Docker. This incredibly helpful book is meant to serve as your guide in understanding many of the various different products and services that Docker offers to its users, as well as a number of the different features that exist within those products and services and how to use them as effectively as possible in order to maximize the benefits of using this incredibly unique service. Additionally, this book will go over all of the little ins and outs of the Docker platform and its various products and services, including some tips, tricks, and shortcuts to help you even further in this goal. This book will go over a number of different topics to give you all of the tools necessary to gain a complete understanding and mastery over Docker's various products and services. These topics include things like the various reasons why you would (and should) choose Docker over any other possibly similar service as well as some short introductions and guides to many of the various products and services that docker offers to its users such as Docker Enterprise and Docker Desktop for Mac or Windows, and the Docker Hub. This book will also go over many of the different features of Docker's various products and services, as well as how to actually use them at a fundamental level in order to help you to master this incredibly innovative platform for building and running applications as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Scroll Up and Click the Buy Now Button!

Mastering Hyperledger Fabric

Author : Narendranath Reddy Thota
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Mastering Hyperledger Fabric. A one-stop solution to become Master in the Hyperledger Fabric Key Features Detailed Explanation of One way TLS and mutual TLS Detailed Explanation of docker sockets (docker.sock) Exposed functionalities of Fabric CLI’s and SDK’s Enterprise-level chaincode development A glimpse of Hyperledger Fabric 2.0 Advanced examples of Node and golang Fabric SDK Onboard new organization using Node.js SDK (No more CLI) CI/CD for chaincode (Install chaincode directly onto peers from GitHub using Node.js) Fabric setup explanation with Different real-time use cases Deployment of Hyperledger Fabric using docker swarm and Kubernetes Setup and configure caliper to check benchmarks Monitor consortium with Prometheus and grafana Monitor docker and docker swarm using swarmpit and logspout Logging consortium with ELK/EFK stack Some interesting open-source tools and some Bonus concepts Table of Contents Chapter1: Introduction to the Hyperledger Landscape Chapter2: The Disruptive Potential of TLS Chapter3: All about docker sockets Chapter4: Installation Guide Of Prerequisites Chapter5: All about fabric CLI Chapter6: All about SDK's (go lang and Node.js) Chapter7: Advanced Chaincode Development Chapter8: End to End fabric consortium with Solo consensus using docker with one use case Chapter9: End to End fabric Consortium with Kafka consensus using docker swarm with one use case Chapter10: End to End fabric Consortium with Raft consensus using Kubernetes with one use case Chapter11: Private Data Concepts, Consortium level ACL(Access Control Lists) and raft consensus mechanism Chapter12: Setup and Benchmark Blockchain Consortium Using Caliper Chapter13: Monitoring Consortium with Prometheus and grafana Chapter14: Logging Consortium with ELK Stack Chapter15: Glimpse of Hyperledger fabric 2.0 Chapter16: Some Interesting tools Who this Book is For This Book benefits Software Engineers who are ready to shift their focus to distributed technologies and Blockchain. This book provides a comprehensive view of Solution Architecture, so it will be easy for architects to architect their solution. CTO’s around the world want to add hyperledger fabric to their technology stack. Managers to cope up with the latest trend. Faculty Professors in order to get industry insights. Even Engineering Students who want to be ready with the latest technologies. Book Description Mastering Hyperledger Fabric is a craving topic for all Hyperledger Fabric Developers around the world. Hyperledger Fabric is an open-source project that helps organizations create and maintain permissioned distributed Blockchain consortiums. This book is for readers who are looking for Hyperledger offerings to build end-to-end projects with growing complexity and functionalities. This book will be a one-stop solution for all developers who want to build blockchain consortiums using Hyperledger Fabric. Topics include TLS, Unix sockets, caliper(Benchmark tool), raft consensus, advanced chaincode development, key collision and MVCC, chaincode access controls, chaincode encryption, node.js SDK, golang SDK, docker daemon API, private data concepts, onboarding organizations using node.js SDK, deploy hyperledger fabric using Kubernetes, deploy hyperledger fabric using docker swarm, monitoring hyperledger fabric, monitoring Kubernetes, monitoring docker swarm, logging hyperledger fabric. After reading this book the reader will be able to set up Production grade hyperledger fabric consortium using raft consensus mechanisms with monitoring using Prometheus and grafana, even logging. This book explains so many key concepts of hyperledger fabric including 2.0 and written with three years of hyperledger fabric production experience.

Kubernetes Vs Docker

Author : Brayden SMITH
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LEARN Kuberentes Vs Docker BEST WAY ! Your hands-on Quick-start guide ! This Kuberentes Vs Docker book contains everything you need to know about Kubernetes and Docker and has the following guides: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn and Master Kubernetes A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn and Master Docker Topics Covered in This Book Include: Guide 1) A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn and Master Kubernetes If you have been in the dark about how to use Kubernetes to its full potential or are hoping to maximize your knowledge of this platform, then Kubernetes: A Step-By-Step Guide to learn and Master Kubernetes is the book for you! From Deployments to Pods, Services, Extensions, Client Libraries, and a host of other valuable aspects of the Kubernetes platform, this book is perfect for readers interested in mastering this platform. Not to mention, this text makes effective use of practical examples that will augment your use of the platform so that you can achieve and surpass whatever goals that you have. In this way, a true step-by-step approach is presented. Moving through all of the various features of the platform, readers will gain access to knowledge that will pay dividends throughout their use of Kubernetes. Not to mention, it will not be surprising if many readers continue to use this book as a reference whenever they are confronted by issues or struggles when using the platform. The detailed nature of this book gives readers the perfect balance of background information and practical tools and insight. Hence, go ahead and dive right into the contents of the book! Inside, you will find: The precise manner in which Kubernetes functions, including what it was developed for and how it can assist users; The limitations of the platform, along with alternative measures to circumvent these limitations; Each of the various aspects and features of the platform; The benefits of Kubernetes Extensions; ...and much more! Guide 2) A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn and Master Docker Innovation in today's fast-paced and interconnected society comes directly from the software. Developers need to be able to provide an intuitive, attractive, and easily accessible experience for their users in order to succeed. Docker's modern platform can provide that kind of innovation to all of its users with its unique method of packaging up applications into isolated, independent, and contained environments in order to maximize their portability as well as their efficiency. This book will go over a number of different topics to give you all of the tools necessary to gain a complete understanding and mastery over Docker's various products and services. These topics include things like the various reasons why you would (and should) choose Docker over any other possibly similar service as well as some short introductions and guides to many of the various products and services that docker offers to its users such as Docker Enterprise and Docker Desktop for Mac or Windows, and the Docker Hub. This book will also go over many of the different features of Docker's various products and services, as well as how to actually use them at a fundamental level in order to help you to master this incredibly innovative platform for building and running applications as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Remember you can never compare a well-structured (paid) book with free online resources like Youtube Channels, Discussion Forums and other online courses (mostly out-dated). Now if you are really serious about "Docker & Kubernetes" ? then Scroll Up and Click the Buy Now Button!

Docker High Performance

Author : Allan Espinosa
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Leverage Docker to unlock efficient and rapid container deployments to improve your development workflow Key Features Reconfigure Docker hosts to create a logging system with the ElasticSearch-Logstash-Kibana (ELK) stack Tackle the challenges of large-scale container deployment with this fast-paced guide Benchmark the performance of your Docker containers using Apache JMeter Book Description Docker is an enterprise-grade container platform that allows you to build and deploy your apps. Its portable format lets you run your code right from your desktop workstations to popular cloud computing providers. This comprehensive guide will improve your Docker workflows and ensure your application's production environment runs smoothly. This book starts with a refresher on setting up and running Docker and details the basic setup for creating a Docker Swarm cluster. You will then learn how to automate this cluster by using Chef Server and Cookbook. After that, you will run the Docker monitoring system with Prometheus and Grafana, and deploy the ELK stack. You will also learn some tips for optimizing Docker images. After deploying containers with the help of Jenkins, you will then move on to a tutorial on using Apache JMeter to analyze your application's performance. You will learn how to use Docker Swarm and NGINX to load-balance your application and how common debugging tools in Linux can be used to troubleshoot Docker containers. By the end of this book, you will be able to integrate all the optimizations that you have learned and put everything into practice in your applications. What you will learn Automate provisioning and setting up nodes in a Docker Swarm cluster Configure a monitoring system with Prometheus and Grafana Use Apache JMeter to create workloads for benchmarking the performance of Docker containers Understand how to load-balance an application with Docker Swarm and Nginx Deploy strace, tcdump, blktrace, and other Linux debugging tools to troubleshoot containers Integrate Docker optimizations for DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering, CI, and CD Who this book is for If you are a software developer with a good understanding of managing Docker services and the Linux file system and are looking for ways to optimize working with Docker containers, then this is the book for you. Developers fascinated with containers and workflow automation with benefit from this book.

Deployment with Docker

Author : Srdjan Grubor
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A practical guide to rapidly and efficiently mastering Docker containers, along with tips and tricks learned in the field. About This Book Use Docker containers, horizontal node scaling, modern orchestration tools (Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, and Mesos) and Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery to manage your infrastructure. Increase service density by turning often-idle machines into hosts for numerous Docker services. Learn what it takes to build a true container infrastructure that is scalable, reliable, and resilient in the face of increased complexities from using container infrastructures. Find out how to identify, debug, and mitigate most real-world, undocumented issues when deploying your own Docker infrastructure. Learn tips and tricks of the trade from existing Docker infrastructures running in production environments. Who This Book Is For This book is aimed at system administrators, developers, DevOps engineers, and software engineers who want to get concrete, hands-on experience deploying multi-tier web applications and containerized microservices using Docker. This book is also for anyone who has worked on deploying services in some fashion and wants to take their small-scale setups to the next level (or simply to learn more about the process). What You Will Learn Set up a working development environment and create a simple web service to demonstrate the basics Learn how to make your service more usable by adding a database and an app server to process logic Add resilience to your services by learning how to horizontally scale with a few containers on a single node Master layering isolation and messaging to simplify and harden the connectivity between containers Learn about numerous issues encountered at scale and their workarounds, from the kernel up to code versioning Automate the most important parts of your infrastructure with continuous integration In Detail Deploying Docker into production is considered to be one of the major pain points in developing large-scale infrastructures, and the documentation available online leaves a lot to be desired. With this book, you will learn everything you wanted to know to effectively scale your deployments globally and build a resilient, scalable, and containerized cloud platform for your own use. The book starts by introducing you to the containerization ecosystem with some concrete and easy-to-digest examples; after that, you will delve into examples of launching multiple instances of the same container. From there, you will cover orchestration, multi-node setups, volumes, and almost every relevant component of this new approach to deploying services. Using intertwined approaches, the book will cover battle-tested tooling, or issues likely to be encountered in real-world scenarios, in detail. You will also learn about the other supporting components required for a true PaaS deployment and discover common options to tie the whole infrastructure together. At the end of the book, you learn to build a small, but functional, PaaS (to appreciate the power of the containerized service approach) and continue to explore real-world approaches to implementing even larger global-scale services. Style and approach This in-depth learning guide shows you how to deploy your applications in production using Docker (from the basic steps to advanced concepts) and how to overcome challenges in Docker-based infrastructures. The book also covers practical use-cases in real-world examples, and provides tips and tricks on the various topics.

Mastering CoreOS

Author : Sreenivas Makam
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Create production CoreOS clusters and master the art of deploying Container-based microservices About This Book Confidently deploy distributed applications and effectively manage distributed infrastructure using Containers and CoreOS Build secure, scalable CoreOS clusters to deploy distributed applications using open source technologies and industry best practices Every concept and technology in this book is illustrated with practical examples that can be used in both development and production environments. Who This Book Is For This book is intended for Cloud application developers and Cloud infrastructure administrators. If you are looking to deploy a CoreOS cluster or you already have a CoreOS cluster that you want to manage better in terms of performance, security, and scaling, then this book is perfect for you. To follow the hands-on stuff, you need to have a Google and an AWS Cloud account and be able to run CoreOS VMs on your machine. A basic understanding of public and private clouds, Containers, Docker, Linux, and CoreOS is required. What You Will Learn Install CoreOS on a VM, on the Cloud, and bare metal, and find out how to keep your cluster secure and up to date Configure and troubleshoot key CoreOS services, such as etcd, systemd, and fleet, for distributed application deployment Study container networking using CoreOS Flannel and other solutions, such as Docker libnetwork, Weave, and Calico Explore the container filesystem and container volume management using Docker volume, NFS, GlusterFS, and Flocker Get to know the internals of container technologies such as Docker, Rkt, and Container orchestration using Openstack, Kubernetes and Docker native solutions Troubleshoot CoreOS cluster and Containers using monitoring and logging tools and master production techniques such as staging, security, and automation In Detail CoreOS makes Google and Amazon-style Cloud infrastructure available for anyone building their own private Cloud. This book covers the CoreOS internals and the technologies used in the deployment of container-based distributed applications. It starts with an overview of CoreOS and distributed application development while sharing knowledge on related technologies. Critical CoreOS services and networking and storage considerations for CoreOS are covered next. In latter half of the book, you will learn about Container runtime systems such as Docker and Rkt and Container Orchestration using Kubernetes. You will also find out about the integration of popular orchestration solutions such as OpenStack, the AWS Container service, and the Google Container Engine with CoreOS and Docker. Lastly, we cover troubleshooting as well as production considerations. Style and approach This is an easy-to–follow, comprehensive guide that covers both basic and advanced concepts. All topics are illustrated with practical examples that can be used in both simulation and production environments.

Learn Docker Fundamentals of Docker 19 x

Author : Gabriel N. Schenker
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Explore the core functionality of containerizing your applications and making them production-ready Key Features Grasp basic to advanced Docker concepts with this comprehensive guide Get acquainted with Docker containers, Docker images, orchestrators, cloud integration, and networking Learn to simplify dependencies and deploy and test containers in production Book Description Containers enable you to package an application with all the components it needs, such as libraries and other dependencies, and ship it as one package. Docker containers have revolutionized the software supply chain in both small and large enterprises. Starting with an introduction to Docker fundamentals and setting up an environment to work with it, you’ll delve into concepts such as Docker containers, Docker images, and Docker Compose. As you progress, the book will help you explore deployment, orchestration, networking, and security. Finally, you’ll get to grips with Docker functionalities on public clouds such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and learn about Docker Enterprise Edition features. Additionally, you’ll also discover the benefits of increased security with the use of containers. By the end of this Docker book, you’ll be able to build, ship, and run a containerized, highly distributed application on Docker Swarm or Kubernetes, running on-premises or in the cloud. What you will learn Containerize your traditional or microservice-based applications Develop, modify, debug, and test an application running inside a container Share or ship your application as an immutable container image Build a Docker Swarm and a Kubernetes cluster in the cloud Run a highly distributed application using Docker Swarm or Kubernetes Update or rollback a distributed application with zero downtime Secure your applications with encapsulation, networks, and secrets Troubleshoot a containerized, highly distributed application in the cloud Who this book is for This book is for Linux professionals, system administrators, operations engineers, DevOps engineers, and developers or stakeholders who are interested in getting started with Docker from scratch. No prior experience with Docker containers is required. Users with a Linux system would be able to take full advantage of this book.

Study Guide to Accompany Baking and Pastry Mastering the Art and Craft 2e

Author : Culinary Institute of America
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The most comprehensive reference on the market, this book covers the full range of baking and pastry arts. Foundational chapters cover ingredient and equipment identification, baking science and food safety, and baking formulas and percentages, as well as information on career opportunities for baking and pastry professionals. Subsequent chapters include basic, step-by-step procedures for the main baking techniques, followed by specific recipes. Completely revised and expanded, this is the most complete and up-to-date guide on baking and pastry, and is a must-have for every culinary student and professional.

The Docker Software Handbook Everything You Need to Know about Docker Software

Author : Billy Russell
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I am hard pressed to think of another book that can match the combination of practical Docker insights and reading enjoyment.' Docker theory means rigorous strategic thinking. It's the art of anticipating your opponent's next moves, knowing full well that your rival is trying to do the same thing to you. Though parts of Docker theory involve simple common sense, much is counterintuitive, and it can only be mastered by developing a new way of seeing the world. Using a diverse array of rich information-the author shows how nearly every Docker related topic is relevant to each other. Mastering Docker will make you more successful in business and life, and this lively book is the key to that mastery. PLUS, INCLUDED with your purchase, are real-life document resources; this kit is available for instant download, giving you the tools to navigate and deliver on any Docker goal.

Mastering Flask Web Development

Author : Daniel Gaspar
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Learn to build modern, secure, highly available web MVC applications and API’s using Python`s Flask framework. Key Features Create production-ready MVC and REST API with the dynamic features of Flask Utilize the various extensions like Flask-JWT and Flask-SQLAlchemy to develop powerful applications Deploy your flask application on real-world platforms like AWS and Heroku on VM’s or Docker containers Book Description Flask is a popular Python framework known for its lightweight and modular design. Mastering Flask Web Development will take you on a complete tour of the Flask environment and teach you how to build a production-ready application. You'll begin by learning about the installation of Flask and basic concepts such as MVC and accessing a database using an ORM. You will learn how to structure your application so that it can scale to any size with the help of Flask Blueprints. You'll then learn how to use Jinja2 templates with a high level of expertise. You will also learn how to develop with SQL or NoSQL databases, and how to develop REST APIs and JWT authentication. Next, you'll move on to build role-based access security and authentication using LDAP, OAuth, OpenID, and database. Also learn how to create asynchronous tasks that can scale to any load using Celery and RabbitMQ or Redis. You will also be introduced to a wide range of Flask extensions to leverage technologies such as cache, localization, and debugging. You will learn how to build your own Flask extensions, how to write tests, and how to get test coverage reports. Finally, you will learn how to deploy your application on Heroku and AWS using various technologies, such as Docker, CloudFormation, and Elastic Beanstalk, and will also learn how to develop Jenkins pipelines to build, test, and deploy applications. What you will learn Develop a Flask extension using best practices Implement various authentication methods: LDAP, JWT, Database, OAuth, and OpenID Learn how to develop role-based access security and become an expert on Jinja2 templates Build tests for your applications and APIs Install and configure a distributed task queue using Celery and RabbitMQ Develop RESTful APIs and secure REST API's Deploy highly available applications that scale on Heroku and AWS using Docker or VMs Who this book is for The ideal target audience for this book would be Python developers who want to use Flask and its advanced features to create Enterprise grade and lightweight applications. The book is for those who have some exposure of Flask and want to take it from introductory to master level.

CorelDRAW 11

Author : Steve Bain
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Offers tips and tricks for creating artwork using the graphics application, covering such topics as using object tools, working with text, and creating animations.

Biscuits for Bakers

Author : Frederick T. Vine
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