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Docker in Action, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, Docker in Action, JEFF NICKOLOFF. SHELTER ISLAND, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, For online information and ordering of this and other Manning books please visit.
www manning com The publisher offers discounts on this book when ordered in quantity. For more information please contact, Special Sales Department. Manning Publications Co, 20 Baldwin Road, PO Box 761. Shelter Island NY 11964, Email orders manning com, 2016 by Manning Publications Co All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in. any form or by means electronic mechanical photocopying or otherwise without prior written. permission of the publisher, Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are. claimed as trademarks Where those designations appear in the book and Manning. Publications was aware of a trademark claim the designations have been printed in initial caps. or all caps, Recognizing the importance of preserving what has been written it is Manning s policy to have.
the books we publish printed on acid free paper and we exert our best efforts to that end. Recognizing also our responsibility to conserve the resources of our planet Manning books are. printed on paper that is at least 15 percent recycled and processed without elemental chlorine. Manning Publications Co Development editor Cynthia Kane. 20 Baldwin Road Technical development editor Robert Wenner. PO Box 761 Technical proofreader Niek Palm, Shelter Island NY 11964 Copyeditor Linda Recktenwald. Proofreader Corbin Collins, Typesetter Marija Tudor. Cover designer Marija Tudor, ISBN 9781633430235, Printed in the United States of America. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 EBM 21 20 19 18 17 16, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, foreword xi, preface xiii, acknowledgments xv.
about this book xvii, about the cover illustration xix. PART 1 KEEPING A TIDY COMPUTER 1, 1 Welcome to Docker. 1 1 What is Docker 4, Containers 4 Containers are not virtualization 5. Running software in containers for isolation 5 Shipping. containers 7, 1 2 What problems does Docker solve 7. Getting organized 8, Improving portability 9, Protecting.
your computer 10, 1 3 Why is Docker important 11, 1 4 Where and when to use Docker 11. 1 5 Example Hello World 12, 1 6 Summary 14, 2 Running software in containers. 2 1 Getting help with the Docker command line, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, vi CONTENTS, 2 2 Controlling containers building a website monitor 16. Creating and starting a new container 17 Running, interactive containers 18 Listing stopping restarting and.
viewing output of containers 20, 2 3 Solved problems and the PID namespace 21. 2 4 Eliminating metaconflicts building a website farm 24. Flexible container identification 25, Container state and. dependencies 28, 2 5 Building environment agnostic systems 30. Read only file systems 30, Environment variable, injection 32. 2 6 Building durable containers 35, Automatically restarting containers 36 Keeping containers.
running with supervisor and startup processes 37, 2 7 Cleaning up 39. 2 8 Summary 40, 3 Software installation simplified. 3 1 Identifying software 42, What is a repository 42. Using tags 43, 3 2 Finding and installing software 44. Docker Hub from the command line 44 Docker Hub from the. website 46 Using alternative registries 48 Images as. files 48 Installing from a Dockerfile 50, 3 3 Installation files and isolation 51.
Image layers in action 51 Layer relationships 53, Container file system abstraction and isolation 53 Benefits of. this toolset and file system structure 54 Weaknesses of union. file systems 54, 3 4 Summary 55, 4 Persistent storage and shared state with volumes. 4 1 Introducing volumes 57, Volumes provide container independent data management 58. Using volumes with a NoSQL database 58, 4 2 Volume types 61. Bind mount volumes 62, Docker managed volumes 64, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com.
www allitebooks com, CONTENTS vii, 4 3 Sharing volumes 66. Host dependent sharing 66, Generalized sharing and the. volumes from flag 67, 4 4 The managed volume life cycle 69. Volume ownership 69, Cleaning up volumes 70, 4 5 Advanced container patterns with volumes 71. Volume container pattern 72 Data packed volume, containers 73 Polymorphic container pattern 74.
4 6 Summary 75, 5 Network exposure, Networking background 78. Basics protocols interfaces and ports 78, Bigger picture. networks NAT and port forwarding 79, 5 2 Docker container networking 81. The local Docker network topology 81, Four network container. archetypes 82, 5 3 Closed containers 83, 5 4 Bridged containers 85.
Reaching out 85 Custom name resolution 86 Opening, inbound communication 89 Inter container. communication 91 Modifying the bridge interface 92. 5 5 Joined containers 94, 5 6 Open containers 96, 5 7 Inter container dependencies 97. Introducing links for local service discovery 97 Link. aliases 99 Environment modifications 100 Link nature. and shortcomings 102, 5 8 Summary 103, 6 Limiting risk with isolation. 6 1 Resource allowances 105, Memory limits 105, Access to devices 109. 6 2 Shared memory 109, Sharing IPC primitives between containers 110.
open memory container 111, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, viii CONTENTS, 6 3 Understanding users 112. Introduction to the Linux user namespace 112 Working with. the run as user 113 Users and volumes 115, 6 4 Adjusting OS feature access with capabilities 117. 6 5 Running a container with full privileges 118, 6 6 Stronger containers with enhanced tools 119. Specifying additional security options 120, Fine tuning with.
6 7 Build use case appropriate containers 122, Applications 122 High level system services. Low level system services 123, 6 8 Summary 123, PART 2 PACKAGING SOFTWARE FOR DISTRIBUTION 125. 7 Packaging software in images, Building Docker images from a container 127. Packaging Hello World 128 Preparing packaging for, Git 129 Reviewing file system changes 129 Committing. a new image 130 Configurable image attributes 131, 7 2 Going deep on Docker images and layers 132.
An exploration of union file systems 132, Reintroducing. images layers repositories and tags 135, Managing image. size and layer limits 138, 7 3 Exporting and importing flat file systems 140. 7 4 Versioning best practices 141, 7 5 Summary 143. 8 Build automation and advanced image considerations. 8 1 Packaging Git with a Dockerfile 146, 8 2 A Dockerfile primer 149.
Metadata instructions 150, File system instructions 153. 8 3 Injecting downstream build time behavior 156, 8 4 Using startup scripts and multiprocess containers 159. Environmental preconditions validation 159, Initialization. processes 160, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. www allitebooks com, CONTENTS ix, 8 5 Building hardened application images 161.
Content addressable image identifiers 162 User, permissions 163 SUID and SGID permissions 165. 8 6 Summary 166, 9 Public and private software distribution. 9 1 Choosing a distribution method 169, A distribution spectrum 169. Selection criteria 170, 9 2 Publishing with hosted registries 172. Publishing with public repositories Hello World via Docker. Hub 172 Publishing public projects with automated, builds 175 Private hosted repositories 177.
9 3 Introducing private registries 179, Using the registry image 181. Consuming images from, your registry 182, 9 4 Manual image publishing and distribution 183. A sample distribution infrastructure using the File Transfer. Protocol 185, 9 5 Image source distribution workflows 188. Distributing a project with Dockerfile on GitHub 189. 9 6 Summary 190, 10 Running customized registries, 10 1 Running a personal registry. Reintroducing the Image 194, Introducing the V2 API 195.
Customizing the Image 197, 10 2 Enhancements for centralized registries 198. Creating a reverse proxy 199 Configuring HTTPS TLS on. the reverse proxy 201 Adding an authentication layer 205. Client compatibility 208 Before going to production 210. 10 3 Durable blob storage 212, Hosted remote storage with Microsoft s Azure 213 Hosted. remote storage with Amazon s Simple Storage Service 214. Internal remote storage with RADOS Ceph 216, 10 4 Scaling access and latency improvements 217. Integrating a metadata cache 217, Streamline blob transfer. with storage middleware 219, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com.
www allitebooks com, x CONTENTS, 10 5 Integrating through notifications 221. 10 6 Summary 227, PART 3 MULTI CONTAINER AND MULTI HOST. ENVIRONMENTS 229, 11 Declarative environments with Docker Compose. 11 1 Docker Compose up and running on day one 232, Onboarding with a simple development environment 232. A complicated architecture distribution and Elasticsearch. integration 234, 11 2 Iterating within an environment 236.
Build start and rebuild services 237 Scale and remove. services 240 Iteration and persistent state 242, Linking problems and the network 243. 11 3 Starting a new project Compose YAML in three samples 243. Prelaunch builds the environment metadata and, networking 244 Known artifacts and bind mount. volumes 245 Volume containers and extended services. 11 4 Summary 247, 12 Clusters with Machine and Swarm. 12 1 Introducing Docker Machine 249, Building and managing Docker Machines 250. Configuring, Docker clients to work with remote daemons 252.
12 2 Introducing Docker Swarm 255, Building a Swarm cluster with Docker Machine 255. extends the Docker Remote API 258, 12 3 Swarm scheduling 261. The Spread algorithm 261 Fine tune scheduling with. filters 263 Scheduling with BinPack and Random 267. 12 4 Swarm service discovery 269, Swarm and single host networking 269 Ecosystem service. discovery and stop gap measures 271 Looking forward to. multi host networking 272, 12 5 Summary 274, Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com. I heard about Docker for the first time in a YouTube video that was posted to Hacker. News from PyCon 2013 In his five minute lightning talk entitled The Future of. Linux Containers the creator of Docker Solomon Hykes was unveiling the future of. how we ship and run software to the public not just in Linux but on nearly all plat. forms and architectures Although he was abruptly silenced at the five minute mark it. was clear to me that this technique of running Linux applications in sandboxed. environments with its user friendly command line tool and unique concepts such as. image layering was going to change a lot of things. Docker vastly changed many software development and operations paradigms all. at once The ways we architect develop ship and run software before and after. Docker are vastly different Although Docker does not prescribe a certain recipe it. forces people to think in terms of microservices and immutable infrastructure. Once Docker was more widely adopted and as people started to investigate the. low level technologies utilized by Docker it became clearer that the secret to Docker s. success was not the technology itself but the human friendly interface APIs and eco. system around the project, Many big companies such as Google Microsoft and IBM have gathered around the.
Docker project and worked together to make it even better rather than creating a. competitor to it In fact companies like Microsoft Joyent Intel and VMware have. swapped out Docker s Linux containers implementation but kept the novel Docker. command line interface for their own container offerings In only two years many. new companies have sprouted up to enhance the developer experience and fill in the. blanks of the Docker ecosystem the sign of a healthy and enthusiastic community. around Docker, For my own part I began helping Microsoft adopt and contribute to Docker by. publishing Microsoft s first official Docker image for cross platform ASP NET My next. Licensed to Stephanie Bernal nordicka n gmail com, xii FOREWORD. contribution was porting the Docker command line interface to Windows This proj. ect helped many Windows developers become familiar with Docker and laid the foun. dation for Microsoft s long journey of contributing to the Docker project The. Windows porting project also skyrocketed me to the top Docker contributor spot for. more than two months Later on we contributed many other bits and pieces to make. sure Docker became a first class citizen on Microsoft s Azure cloud offering Our next. big step is Windows Containers a new feature in Windows Server 2016 which is fully. integrated with Docker, It is exciting to know that we re still at the start of the containers revolution The. scene moves incredibly fast as new technologies and open source tools emerge daily. Everything we take for granted today can and will change in the next few months This. Docker in Action Licensed to Creating and starting a new container 17 Running interactive containers 18 Listing stopping restarting and viewing output of containers 20 2 3 Solved problems and the PID namespace 21 2 4 Eliminating metaconflicts building a website farm 24 Flexible container identification 25 Container state and dependencies 28 2 5 Building environment agnostic systems 30

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