Category: DevOps Tutorial

AWS Automation Cookbook

AWS Automation Cookbook

AWS Automation Cookbook – AWS DevOps Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment using AWS services AWS provides a set of powerful services that help companies to increase or improve rapid build and reliable build processes to deliver products using AWS and DevOps practices. These services help to simplify the provision and management of infrastructures, the building…

Practical Docker with Python

Practical Docker with Python

Practical Docker with Python – Build, Release and Distribute your Python App with Docker Docker has exploded in popularity and has become the de facto target as a containerization image format as well as a containerization runtime. With modern applications getting more and more complicated, the increased focus on microservices has led to the adoption…

DevOps for Azure Applications

DevOps for Azure Applications

DevOps for Azure Applications Introduction In the world of software development, the need of the hour is short turnaround on all product development lifecycles, also known as the Agile methodology. The Agile methodology is based on customer feedback and supports rapid innovation. Such innovation requires a new processes and tools. Welcome to DevOps. This book…

Docker Deep Dive

Docker Deep Dive

About the book This is a book about Docker. No prior knowledge required! The motto of the book is Zero to Docker in a single book! If you’re interested in Docker and want to know how it works and how to do things properly this book is dedicated to you! If you just want to…

Generic Pipelines Using Docker

Generic Pipelines Using Docker

Generic Pipelines Using Docker: The DevOps Guide to Building Reusable, Platform Agnostic CICD Frameworks DevOps (a clipped compound of “development” and “operations”) is a software engineering culture and practice that aims at unifying software development (Dev) and software operation (Ops). The main characteristic of the DevOps movement is to strongly advocate automation and monitoring at…

Introducing Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

Introducing Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

Introducing Azure Kubernetes Service(AKS) A Practical Guide To Container Orchestration Kubernetes has revolutionized the way that people approach building and operating distributed systems. Over the last five years, Kubernetes has gone from a small open source project to a ubiquitous part of a broad cloud-native landscape. Kubernetes enables application developers to de-compose their monolithic applications…

Pro DevOps with Google Cloud Platform

Pro DevOps with Google Cloud Platform

Pro DevOps with Google Cloud Platform With Docker, Jenkins, and Kubernetes Cloud technology is increasingly present in our daily lives. The intent of this book is to introduce Google Cloud Platform, of cloud computing services, with an eye to DevOps practices. DevOps is currently a hot commodity in the information technology (IT) field, and every…

Using Docker

Using Docker

Using Docker Developing and Deploying Software with Containers by Adrian Mouat   Docker containers offer simple, fast, and robust methods for developing distributing and running software. Especially in dynamic and distributed environments. With this hands-on guide, you’ll learn why containers are so important., what you’ll gain by adopting Docker, and how to make it part…

Beginning DevOps with Docker Automate the deployment of your environment

Beginning DevOps with Docker Automate the deployment of your environment

DevOps with Docker outlines the power of containerization and the influence this innovation has on development teams and general operations. We also get to understand what DevOps really is, the principles involved, and how the process contributes to product health, by implementing a Docker workflow. Docker is an open-source containerization tool that makes it easier…

Docker in Action

Docker in Action

Docker and the container community have come a long way since we started participating in 2013. And Docker has changed in some unexpected ways since 2016, when Jeff released the first edition of this book. Thankfully, most of the user-facing interfaces and core concepts were maintained in a backward-compatible manner. The first two-thirds of the…