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May 22, 2021 13:00 Docker From entry to practice


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Docker -- from getting started to practice

v0.3.5

Docker is a great project that unleashes the power of virtualization, dramatically reducing the cost of providing cloud computing resources while making application distribution, testing, deployment, and distribution more efficient and easy than ever before!

This book is intended for Docker beginners with basic Linux knowledge and for advanced user references who understand principles and implementations. A t the same time, the practical cases given in the book can be used for reference in the actual deployment. T he first six chapters are based on the basic concepts and operations of Docker, chapters 7 to 9 describe some advanced operations, Chapter 10 presents typical scenarios and practice cases, and Chapters 11 to 13 describe the techniques involved in Docker's implementation. Chapters 14 to 17 cover some of the relevant open source projects.

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The book "Docker Technology Getting Started and Working" has been officially published and contains a large number of first-hand practical cases, which you are welcome to read and use.

Major version history

  • 0.4: 2015-03-TBD - Add etcd project
  • Add a Fig project
  • Add a CoreOS project
  • Add a Kuberetes project

  • 0.3: 2014-11-25 - Complete warehouse chapter;
  • Rewrite the safety section;
  • Fix the architecture, namespace, control group, file system, container format and so on of the underlying implementation chapter;
  • Add an introduction to common repositories and mirrors;
  • Add an introduction to Dockerfile;
  • Re-reform the Chinese-English mix format.
  • Revised text expression.
  • Release traditional version branch: zh-Hant.

  • 0.2: 2014-09-18 - Rewrite the introduction, basic concepts, installation, mirroring, containers, warehouses, data management, networking, etc. against official documentation;
  • Add the underlying implementation chapter;
  • Add command queries and resource link sections;
  • Other amendments.

  • 0.1: 2014-09-05 - Add basic content;
  • Fix typos and expressions that don't make sense.

The source code for this book is maintained on Github and is welcome to participate in: https://github.com/yeasy/docker_practice. List of contributors.

Take the steps

  • On GitHub fork docker_user/docker_practice then clone local and set user information.

    $ git clone [email protected]com:docker_user/docker_practice.git
    $ cd docker_practice
    $ git config user.name "yourname"
    $ git config user.email "your email"
  • After modifying the code, submit it and push it to your own repository.

    $ #do some change on the content
    $ git commit -am "Fix issue #1: change helo to hello"
    $ git push
  • Submit a pull request on the GitHub website.
  • Update your own warehouse content on a regular basis with project warehouse content.
    $ git remote add upstream https://github.com/yeasy/docker_practice
    $ git fetch upstream
    $ git checkout master
    $ git rebase upstream/master
    $ git push -f origin master