How the book is organized
I’ve divided the book into two sections:
- The big picture stuff
- The technical stuff
The big picture stuff section covers things like:
- What is Docker
- Why do we have containers
- What do things like “cloud-native” and “microservices” mean…
It’s the kind of stuff that you need to know if you want a good rounded knowledge of Docker and containers.
The technical stuff section is where you’ll find everything you need to start working with Docker. It gets into the detail of images, containers, and the increasingly important topic of orchestration. It even cover’s the stuff that enterprises love — TLS, image signing, high-availability, backups, and more.
Each chapter covers theory and includes plenty of commands and examples.
Most of the chapters in the technical stuff section are divided into three parts:
- The TLDR
- The Deep Dive
- The Commands
The TLDR gives you two or three...