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Start out running a few Docker container images in Ubuntu, Fedora, RHEL, CoreOS or Project Atomic. End up deploying enterprise-quality, multi-container Kubernetes setups in a Linux or cloud environment. In between, learn best practices for building containers from Dockerfile files, integrating them with host storage and networking, and accessing special host privileges.
Whether you are a system administrator, software developer or just an enthusiast, Docker Containers: From Start to Enterprise launches you into the latest Docker container technology. Examine fun and useful real-world Docker container examples and learn how to leverage them to build your own Dockerized applications.
With Docker Containers: From Start to Enterprise you will be able to: install Docker on standard Linux or specialized container operating systems; set up a private Docker Registry; create, run and investigate Docker images and containers; pull and push containers between local systems and Docker Registries; integrate Docker containers with host networking and storage. orchestrate multiple containers into complex applications with Kubernetes; and employ best practices when developing containerized applications.