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From Containers to Kubernetes with Node.js
This book is designed as an introduction to containers and Kubernetes by way of Node.js. Containers are the basis for distributed, repeatable workflows with orchestrators such as Kubernetes, and they allow developers and operators to develop applications consistently across environments and deploy in a repeatable and predictable fashion. The exa...
Managing Cloud Native Data on Kubernetes
Is Kubernetes ready for stateful workloads? This open source system has become the primary platform for deploying and managing cloud native applications. But because it was originally designed for stateless workloads, working with data on Kubernetes has been challenging. If you want to avoid the inefficiencies and duplicative costs of having separa...
Kubernetes for Full-Stack Developers
Whether you're just curious, getting started with Kubernetes, or have experience with it, this curriculum will help you learn more about Kubernetes and running containerized applications. You'll learn about core Kubernetes concepts and use them to deploy and scale applications in practical tutorials. By the end of this curriculum you'...
Using .NET Core, Docker, and Kubernetes Succinctly
Terms like container and Docker, unknown to Microsoft programmers until now, have recently become essential in technical discussions about the development, distribution, and management of our applications. Containers can solve some of programmers' everyday problems, but a challenge with them is managing their lifecycles and the communication a...
Kubernetes Succinctly
With excellent orchestration and routing capabilities, Kubernetes is an enterprise-grade platform for building microservices applications. Kubernetes is evolving as the de facto container management tool used by organizations and cloud vendors all over the world. Kubernetes Succinctly by Rahul Rai and Tarun Pabbi is your guide to learning Kubernete...
Kubernetes Patterns
The way developers design, build, and run software has changed significantly with the evolution of microservices and containers. These modern architectures use new primitives that require a different set of practices than most developers, tech leads, and architects are accustomed to. With this focused guide, Bilgin Ibryam and Roland Huß from Red H...
CI/CD with Docker and Kubernetes
Containers change how developers build, test, and deploy code. Adopting them takes time. Using them the wrong way can slow down your delivery process. But you don't have a team of engineers to dedicate to this like Spotify or Netflix do. Maybe you're a startup CTO with features to ship - you can't spend hundreds of hours on intern...
Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes
Kubernetes has become the operating system of today's cloud native world, providing a reliable and scalable platform for running containerized workloads. In this friendly, pragmatic book, cloud experts Justin Domingus and John Arundel show you what Kubernetes can do-and what you can do with it. This updated second edition guides you through...
Taking Kubernetes from Test to Production
With Kubernetes came many new concepts, particularly around networking and traffic management. Alongside these new concepts were entirely new classes of tools, designed for ephemeral, containerized, and distributed application deployments. In particular, Ingress controllers and service meshes did not exist prior to the Kubernetes era. Nor were Laye...
Managing Kubernetes Traffic with F5 NGINX
Microservices architectures introduce several benefits to the application development and delivery process. Microservices-based apps are easier to build, test, maintain, and scale. They also reduce downtime through better fault isolation. While container-based microservices apps have profoundly changed the way DevOps teams deploy applications, t...
Container Networking
When you start building your first containerized application, you're excited about the capabilities and opportunities you encounter: it runs the same in dev and in prod, it's straightforward to put together a container image using Docker, and the distribution is taken care of by a container registry. So, you're satisfied with how ...
Rails on Containers
This book is designed to introduce you to using containers and Kubernetes for full-stack development. You'll learn how to develop a full-stack application using Ruby on Rails and PostgreSQL with Sidekiq, and how to manage them all - first with Docker, then with Docker Compose, and finally with Kubernetes. The topics that it covers include h...
Istio Succinctly
Istio is one of the most popular solutions for service meshes in cloud-native infrastructures, and it is most often deployed on Kubernetes clusters. In Istio Succinctly, authors Rahul Rai and Tarun Pabbi provide a practical guide to getting started with Istio, from setting up a Kubernetes cluster, to managing its traffic management, security, obser...
Containerized Docker Application Lifecycle with Microsoft Platform and Tools
This book provides end-to-end guidance on the Docker application development lifecycle with Microsoft tools and services while providing an introduction to Docker development concepts for readers who might be new to the Docker ecosystem. This way, anyone can understand the global picture and start planning development projects based on Docker and M...
App Modernization on Azure Succinctly
What's the right way to move existing applications to the cloud to better use its power while enabling new features? In App Modernization on Azure Succinctly, Lorenzo Barbieri will help you understand how to modernize existing apps without completely rewriting them. This ebook will guide you through moving your app to the cloud, refactoring, r...
Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches
More than 100 Azure services offer everything you need to build and run your applications with all the performance, redundancy, security, and scale that the cloud has to offer. But knowing where to begin with all these services can seem overwhelming. Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches, 2nd Edition, is a tutorial on writing, deploying, and running...
The Enterprise Path to Service Mesh Architectures
Planning to build a microservice-driven cloud native application or looking to modernize existing application services? Consider using a service mesh. A service mesh approach can help you create robust and scalable applications, but it also introduces new challenges. This updated report answers common questions regarding service mesh architectures ...