Chapter 10


Container concepts

Isolation modes

Managing containers with Docker

Managing containers

Applying updates

Container networking

Linux containers on Windows

Container orchestration

A container is a portable isolated application execution environment. Containers allow developers to bundle an application and its dependencies in a single image. This image can easily be exported, imported, and deployed on different container hosts, from a developer’s laptop computer, to Server Core on bare-metal hardware, and eventually to being hosted and run on Azure. Because an application’s dependencies are bundled with the application within a container, IT operations can deploy a container as soon as it is handed off without worrying whether ...

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