Docker Tutorial | Kubernetes Tutorial | Kubernetes Microservices with Docker

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Docker Tutorial | Kubernetes Tutorial | Kubernetes Microservices with Docker

Docker Tutorial | Kubernetes Tutorial | Kubernetes Microservices with Docker
Docker is a new container technology that has become very popular because it is great for building
and sharing disk images and enables users to run different operating systems such as Ubuntu, Fedora, and
Centos. Docker is often used when a version control framework is required for an application’s operating
system, to distribute applications on different machines, or to run code on laptop in the same environment
as on the server. In general, Docker will always run the same, regardless of the environment in which it will
be running.

Kubernetes is an open source container cluster manager that complements and extends Docker’s
software encapsulation power and makes it easier to organize and schedule applications across a fleet
of machines. It’s a lightweight, portable (suited for the cloud architecture) and modular tool that can be
run on almost any platform with different local machine solutions. Kubernetes offers a number of distinct
advantages, first and foremost being that it combines all necessary tools – orchestration, service discovery,
and load balancing – together in one nice package for you. Kubernetes also boasts heavy involvement from
the developer community.

Kubernetes Microservices with Docker will show you how to use these two powerful tools in unison to
manage complex big data and enterprise applications. Installing Kubernetes on single nodes and multinode clusters, creating multi-container pods, using Kubernetes with the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem and
NoSQL Databases – it’s all here, and more. So sit back, and let Deepak be your guide.

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