A Developer's Essential Guide to Docker Compose: Simplify the development and orchestration of multi-container applications
by Emmanouil Gkatziouras (Author)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Packt Publishing (October 7, 2022)
pages 页数：264 pages
Start defining your infrastructure using Docker Compose and leverage it for everyday development or deployment
Distribute your code in an easier way for developers to get started
Set up complex infrastructure for development and CI/CD purposes
Deploy simple multi-container applications using Docker Compose
Software development is becoming increasingly complex due to the various software components used. Applications need to be packaged with software components to facilitate their operations, making it complicated to run them. With Docker Compose, a single command can set up your application and the needed dependencies.
This book starts with an overview of Docker Compose and its usage and then shows how to create an application. You will also get to grips with the fundamentals of Docker volumes and network, along with Compose commands, their purpose, and use cases. Next, you will set up databases for daily usage using Compose and, leveraging Docker networking, you will establish communication between microservices. You will also run entire stacks locally on Compose, simulate production environments, and enhance CI/CD jobs using Docker Compose. Later chapters will show you how to benefit from Docker Compose for production deployments, provision infrastructure on public clouds such as AWS and Azure, and wrap up with Compose deployments on said infrastructure.
By the end of this book, you will have learned how to effectively utilize Docker Compose for day-to-day development.
What you will learn
Create multi-container applications using Docker Compose
Use Docker Compose for daily development
Connect microservices leveraging Docker network fundamentals
Add monitoring to services leveraging Prometheus
Deploy to production using Docker Compose
Translate Compose files to Kubernetes deployments
Who this book is for
This book is for software engineers, developer advocates, and DevOps engineers looking to set up multi-container Docker applications using Compose without the need to set up a Docker orchestration engine. It is also for team leads looking to increase the productivity of an organization's software teams by streamlining the provisioning of complex development environments locally using Docker Compose. Readers are expected to understand containerization and must possess fundamental Docker knowledge to get started with this book.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Docker Compose
Running the First Application Using Compose
Network and Volumes Fundamentals
Executing Docker Compose Commands
Monitoring Services with Prometheus
Combining Compose Files
Simulating Production Locally
Creating Advanced CI/CD Tasks
Deploying Docker Compose Using Remote Hosts
Deploying Docker Compose to AWS
Deploying Docker Compose to Azure
Migrating to Kubernetes Configuration Using Compose