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Painless Docker

Unlock The Power Of Docker & Its Ecosystem.

Painless Docker is a practical guide to master Docker and its ecosystem based on real world examples.

Painless Docker tends to be a complete and detailed guide to create, deploy, optimize, secure, trace, debug, log, orchestrate & monitor Docker and Docker clusters.


Through this book you will learn how to use Docker in development and production environments and the DevOps pipeline between them in order to build a modern microservices applications.

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After reading Painless Docker, you will learn how to use Docker and deploy it to production environments, put a plan for an effective continuous integration and deployment strategy to get the best results for your DevOps environment and build a self healing & highly available microservices distributed architecture.

What Painless Docker Teaches

Docker is a powerful tool, however learning how to use it the right way could take a long time. Through this book, you will find that using Docker is easy and efficient for your development and operation environments.

The 10 most important things you’ll learn

  1. Basics & Advanced Concepts Of Docker
  2. Building Your Own Images & Running Containers In Production
  3. Docker Volumes & Networking
  4. Optimizing Docker
  5. Building Your Own Docker Monitoring Tool Using Docker API
  6. Docker Logging & Debugging
  7. Docker Orchestration Using Swarm, Kubernetes, Marathon & Rancher
  8. Using Docker To Build Microservices Architecture
  9. Docker Security
  10. Docker Best Practices

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Using what you will learn from Painless Docker, you can master how to use Docker and deploy it to production environments and put a plan for an effective continuous integration and deployment strategy to get the best results for your DevOps environment.

About The Author

Aymen El Amri
Software & Cloud Architect

Aymen El Amri is a Software/Infrastructure Engineer and a Techtrepreneur actually working as the IT Architect of a Parisian startup.

He co-founded some projects and worked in software development, system/cloud engineering and architecture for companies and startups. He is interested in the DevOps philosophy, containers, the lean programming and the tools/methodologies that comes with since his last experiences in this domains were successful.

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