Learn to implement DevOps using Docker & Kubernetes.About This Book
- Learning DevOps, container, and Kubernetes within one book.
- Leverage Kubernetes as a platform to deploy, scale, and run containers efficiently.
- A practical guide towards container management and orchestration
This book is targeted for anyone, who wants to learn containerization and clustering in a practical way using Kubernetes. No prerequisite skills required, however, essential DevOps skill and public/private Cloud knowledge will accelerate the reading speed. If you’re advanced readers, you can also get a deeper understanding of all the tools and technique described in the book.What You Will Learn
- Learn fundamental and advanced DevOps skills and tools
- Get a comprehensive understanding for container
- Learn how to move your application to container world
- Learn how to manipulate your application by Kubernetes
- Learn how to work with Kubernetes in popular public cloud
- Improve time to market with Kubernetes and Continuous Delivery
- Learn how to monitor, log, and troubleshoot your application with Kubernetes
Containerization is said to be the best way to implement DevOps. Google developed Kubernetes, which orchestrates containers efficiently and is considered the frontrunner in container orchestration. Kubernetes is an orchestrator that creates and manages your containers on clusters of servers. This book will guide you from simply deploying a container to administrate a Kubernetes cluster, and then you will learn how to do monitoring, logging, and continuous deployment in DevOps. The initial stages of the book will introduce the fundamental DevOps and the concept of containers. It will move on to how to containerize applications and deploy them into. The book will then introduce networks in Kubernetes. We then move on to advanced DevOps skills such as monitoring, logging, and continuous deployment in Kubernetes. It will proceed to introduce permission control for Kubernetes resources via attribute-based access control and role-based access control. The final stage of the book will cover deploying and managing your container clusters on the popular public cloud Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. At the end of the book, other orchestration frameworks, such as Docker Swarm mode, Amazon ECS, and Apache Mesos will be discussed.Style and approach
Readers will be taken through fundamental DevOps skills and Kubernetes concept and administration with detailed examples. It introduces comprehensive DevOps topics, including microservices, automation tools, containers, monitoring, logging, continuous delivery, and popular public cloud environments. At each step readers will learn how to leverage Kubernetes in their everyday lives and transform their original delivery pipeline for fast and efficient delivery.
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About the Author
Hideto Saito has around 20 years of experience in the computer industry. In 1998, while working for Sun Microsystems Japan, he was impressed with Solaris OS, OPENSTEP, and Sun Ultra Enterprise 10000 (AKA StarFire). Then, he decided to pursue the UNIX and MacOS X operating systems.
In 2006, he relocated to Southern California as a software engineer to develop products and services running on Linux and MacOS X. He was especially renowned for his quick Objective-C code when he was drunk.
He is also an enthusiast of Japanese anime, drama, and motorsports, and loves Japanese Otaku culture.
Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee is a DevOps and software developer. She has worked in the software industry on a wide range of projects for over 5 years. As a technology enthusiast, Chloe loves trying and learning new technologies, which makes her life happier and more fulfilled. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with the people she loves.
Cheng-Yang Wu has been tackling with infrastructure and system reliability since he received his master’s degree in Computer Science from National Taiwan University. His laziness prompted him to master DevOps skills to maximize his efficiency at work so as to squeeze in writing codes for fun. He enjoys cooking as it's just like working with software -- a perfect dish always comes from balanced flavors and fine-tuned tastes.