Before we dive into some of the highlights from DockerCon 2017, let’s do a quick overview of what Docker is. Quite simply, a “docker container” is a portable container, of sorts, that allows a collection of apps to run on any operating system. How is it possible, you ask, for a docker container to allow any app to “Build, Ship and Run,” as the docker motto says, on any OS? A docker container uses kernel features to produce resource isolation (CPU, memory, block I/O and more) as well as separate namespaces, to isolate the application’s view of the operating system (a visual depiction below).
This talk was presented in 2017 at Louisville Local Software Development Conference Codepalousa. In this presentation I discussed DevOps, how Continuous Integration and Deployment integrates into that, and how CI/CD can be implemented with AWS services. Running Rules for CI/CD AWS Tool 1. Maintain a code repository Commit 2. Automate the build * 3. Keep the build fast Build 4.
This presentation was given at the Louisville Software Engineering Meetup. In It I discuss Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment, and how to achieve it with Jenkins. https://www.meetup.com/Louisville-Software-Engineering/events/227294818/