Docker in Production

From a Docker Captain and Open Source Developer

A collection of books and resources about Docker written during my real experience.

Production in a containarized env - my daily journey in the DevOps word.

From a Site Reliability Engineer some tricks to run Containers in production.

Docker the Fundamental

Content pages ~25

Getting Started about Docker, it covers basic concepts about what container means and it’s a starting point to understand containers, Docker and all the ecosystem.

  • Introduction
  • Install Docker on Ubuntu 16.04
  • Install Docker on Mac
  • Install Docker on Windows
  • Run your first HTTP application
  • Docker engine architect
  • Image and Registry
  • Docker Command Line Tool
  • Volumes and File Systems 20
  • Network and Links
  • Conclusion

Read more about: Docker the Fundamental, Docker registry to ship and manage your containers.

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Docker Security - Play Safe

Content pages ~55

When you think about production everything stops to be a joke. Containers, cloud computing, scalability is something that fit well with security? I have my personal response for this question and with this paper I am going to show what I mean with security and how containers, docker, Linux can make this real.

  • Introduction
  • Mutual TLS and Security by default
  • Content Trust
  • Overlay Network
  • Docker Bench Security
  • Process Restriction and Capabilities
  • Open Source
  • Linux Kernel Security
  • Cilium
  • About your images
  • Secret Manager
  • Immutability

How to know more: You can follow some good folks on twitter: Jess, riyazdf, Diogo

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