Take your containers into production and operate Docker clusters like a pro. This workshop skips Docker basics and avoids the CI/CD tools needed to get code ready for production. Rather, it focuses squarely on the tools and techniques of daily building and operating container clusters using Docker.
Starting where previous Docker workshops leave off, Bret Fisher, Laura Frank, and Tony Pujals dive into the new Swarm mode clustering (services), failover, blue-green deployments, monitoring, logging, troubleshooting, and security, covering the latest built-in features and common third-party tools as they walk you through installing them on your own five-node cloud Swarm cluster.
Common third-party tools for logging, monitoring, and troubleshooting
Key features of production systems
Other things you’ll learn along the way
Bret Fisher is a Virginia Beach-based freelance DevOps and Docker consultant, trainer, speaker, and open source volunteer. Bret has been a cloud and data center ops and system administrator for 20 years. Currently, he helps teams Dockerize their apps and systems and improve their speed of deployment, resiliency, metrics, and awareness (all that DevOps-y stuff). Bret is a Docker Captain and Code for America Brigade Captain. He runs several monthly meetups, speaks at conferences, and is obsessed with containerizing any app he sees. (He’ll likely talk your ear off about it next time you meet.) Bret also develops in Node.js, Bash, and general web, usually for open source projects. In his free time, he does CrossFit, surfs a little, geeks out in the awesome local dev community in Virginia Beach, and travels with his wife.
Laura Frank is a Docker Captain and the director of engineering at Codeship, where she works on improving the Docker infrastructure and overall experience for all users of the CI/CD platform. Previously, she worked on several open source projects to support Docker in the early stages of the project, including Panamax and ImageLayers. Laura lives in Berlin, where she can be found eating döner or attempting to try every type of gin in the world.
Tony Pujals is a Docker Captain and the director of cloud engineering at Appcelerator, where he focuses on improving the process of building, deploying, orchestrating, and monitoring containerized microservices. Tony is fanatical about Docker, Go, Node.js, APIs, microservices, serverless computing, distributed systems, and scalable cloud architecture. He is a co-organizer of the Mountain View Docker meetup.
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