Docker Certified Associate (DCA):Exam Guide:Enhance and validate your Docker skills by:gaining Docker certification
by:Francisco Javier Ramírez Urea
pages 页数：612 pages
Product Dimensions:19.05 x 3.51 x 23.5 cm
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Packt Publishing (28 Sept. 2020)
Pass the DCA exam and enhance your DevOps skills by:achieving faster deployments, reduced downtime, and continuous integration and continuous delivery
Developers have changed their deployment artifacts from application binaries to container images, and they now need to build container-based applications as containers are part of their new development workflow. This Docker book is designed to help you learn about the management and administrative tasks of the Containers as a Service (CaaS) platform.
The book starts by:getting you up and running with the key concepts of containers and microservices. You’ll then cover different orchestration strategies and environments, along with exploring the Docker Enterprise platform. As you advance, the book will show you how to deploy secure, production-ready, container-based applications in Docker Enterprise environments. Later, you’ll delve into each Docker Enterprise component and learn all about CaaS management. Throughout the book, you’ll encounter important exam-specific topics, along with sample questions and detailed answers that will help you prepare effectively for the exam.
By the end of this Docker containers book, you’ll have learned how to efficiently deploy and manage container-based environments in production, and you will have the skills and knowledge you need to pass the DCA exam.
What you will learn
Understand the key concepts of containerization and its advantages
Discover how to build secure images and run customized Docker containers
Explore orchestration with Docker Swarm and Kubernetes
Become well versed with networking and application publishing methods
Understand the Docker container runtime environment and customizations
Deploy services on Docker Enterprise with Universal Control Plane
Get to grips with effectively managing images using Docker Trusted Registry