Cloud Native Applications with Docker and Kubernetes

Design and Build Cloud Architecture and Applications with Microservices, EMQ, and Multi-Site Configurations
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This book takes developers on a journey into the cloud with Docker and Kubernetes. It walks you through the basics of Docker containers, how they are built, run, and published, and how the Kubernetes system allows you to use containers to better manage a cloud native application. Additionally, it walks you through various issues in cloud architecture, and how to design a cloud architecture that will work with your application and your team. The book takes a unique approach, getting you immersed in each subject with tutorials, then building up your technical knowledge, and finally backing up and thinking about more big-picture issues. Part one introduces Docker, building and working with Docker images, and covering best practices for Docker Containers. Part two covers the practicalities of "cloud native” and managing a Kubernetes application, including a full working example. The last part covers the design of cloud and microservice architectures, including the use of enterprise message queues, multi-site configurations and the common values that such architectures follow.This approach accelerates learning and keeps you moving forward without leaving you behind. The appendices also contain a wealth of worthwhile reference material for routine cloud application management.
What You Will Learn

Understand Docker and containerization
Gain insight into what Kubernetes is
Master essential cloud architecture design principles
Design and implement notes for building cloud architectures

Who This Book Is ForPrimarily developers who are moving to the cloud and want to get a sense of the environment they are getting into, and developers who want to move into a larger role of cloud architecture.

Mehr Informationen
ISBN 9781484288757
Sprache Englisch
Ausgabe 1st ed.
Erscheinungsdatum 17.12.2022
Umfang 273 Seiten
Genre Informatik, EDV
Format Taschenbuch