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  • Kubernetes Operators: Automating the Container Orchestration

    This book explains what an Operator is and how Operators extend the Kubernetes API. It shows how to deploy and use existing Operators, and how to create and distribute Operators for your applications using the Operator Framework.

  • Kubernetes for Full-Stack Developers (Jamon Camisso, et al)

    This book helps newcomers and experienced users alike learn about Kubernetes, introduces core Kubernetes concepts and to build on them to a level where running an application on a production cluster is a familiar, repeatable, and automated process.

  • Kubernetes: Up and Running: Dive into the Future of Infrastructure

    This practical book shows developers and ops personnel how Kubernetes and container technology can help you achieve new levels of velocity, agility, reliability, and efficiency. It explains how this system fits into the lifecycle of a distributed application.

  • Kubernetes Patterns: Designing Cloud-Native Applications

    This book provides common reusable elements, patterns, principles, and practices for designing and implementing cloud-native applications on Kubernetes. It is based on use cases and lessons learned from real-world projects.

  • From Containers to Kubernetes with Node.js (Katherine Juell)

    This book is designed to introduce you to using containers and Kubernetes for full-stack development. You'll learn how to develop a full-stack application using Node.js and MongoDB and how to manage them.

  • Kubernetes Succinctly (Rahul Rai, et al)

    This book is your guide to learning Kubernetes and leveraging its many capabilities for developing, validating, and maintaining your applications. It explains how Kubernetes fits into the lifecycle of a distributed application.

  • Kubernetes Cookbook (Hideto Saito, et al)

    It explains how to create Kubernetes clusters and run apps with proper authentication and authorization configurations - how to create high availability Kubernetes clusters on AWS, GCP and in on-premise datacenters with proper logging and monitoring setup.

  • Docker for Developers (Rafael Gomes)

    This book introduces the use of Docker focusing on best usage practices, based on the 12factor methodology. It presents practical techniques, hand-picked to help you get the most out of Docker.

  • Docker Succinctly (Elton Stoneman)

    It teaches you the skills and knowledge you need to create, deploy, and manage applications hosted in Docker containers. You will learn the basics of building Docker images, sharing them on the Docker Hub, orchestrating containers to deliver large apps.

  • Docker Cookbook (Ken Cochrane, et al)

    This book starts with setting up Docker in different environment, and helps you learn how to work with Docker images. Then, you will take a deep dive into network and data management for containers.

  • Using .NET Core, Docker, and Kubernetes Succinctly

    This book will walk you through using Docker and Kubernetes with a .NET Core example application - through the key concepts involved in packaging Windows-distributed applications into containers and orchestrating these using Docker and Kubernetes.

  • .NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications

    This guide is an introduction to developing microservices-based applications and managing them using containers. It discusses architectural design and implementation approaches using .NET Core and Docker containers.

  • Introduction to Windows Containers (John McCabe, et al)

    As a result of Microsoft's strong strategic partnership with Docker - the de facto standard in container management software - enterprises can minimize the time required to onboard and run Windows Containers.

  • Rails on Containers (Katherine Juell)

    You'll learn how to develop a full-stack application using Ruby on Rails and PostgreSQL with Sidekiq, and how to manage them all - first with Docker, then with Docker Compose, and finally with Kubernetes.

  • Kubernetes: Scheduling the Future at Cloud Scale (David Rensin)

    This book introduces you to Kubernetes, a cluster management system from Google that's capable of scheduling and launching roughly 7,000 containers a second. It explains piece-by-piece how this system works.

  • DevOps for Digital Leaders

    This book provides digital leaders who are accountable for the rapid development of high-quality software applications a concise guide to designing, implementing, measuring, and improving DevOps programs that are tailored to their organizations.

  • Enterprise DevOps Playbook: A Guide to Delivering at Velocity

    This book provides a practical roadmap that will help you define the steps necessary to meet your DevOps goals. The playbook distills DevOps into seven key practice areas that you can adapt to the DevOps style that best fits your organization.

  • DevOps for Finance (Jim Bird)

    Aims to debunk that myth by showing how the finance industry can benefit from DevOps practices and perform a greater degree of automation by implementing DevOps properly. It explains DevOps benefits that are far more important for the financial services industry.

  • Heroku: Up and Running - Effortless Application Aeployment

    With this book, you'll learn how to use Heroku's Cedar runtime stack, a polyglot platform with native support for several languages and frameworks, including Ruby, Python, Node.js, Java, and more.

  • Xen Virtualization Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    This book is about one such virtualization solution known as Xen. Xen is a feature rich, open source, hypervisor-based virtualization solution which, in spite of its relatively recent origins, has gained both wide acceptance and an enviable reputation.

  • Hyper-V Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    This book is an in depth technical book designed teach IT staff and students about the implementation of virtualized environments using Hyper-V 2008 R2. Topics covered include an overview of the Hyper-V architecture and components, etc.

  • Virtualization For Dummies, 2nd HP Special Edition (B. Golden)

    Whether you're an IT manager looking to sell the idea to your boss, or just want to learn more about how to create, migrate to, and successfully manage a virtualized environment, Virtualization for Dummies is your go-to guide for virtually everything you need to know.

  • Virtualization For Dummies: Sun and AMD Special Edition

    This fun and friendly guide starts with a detailed overview of exactly what virtualization is and exactly how it works, and then takes you on a tour of the benefits of a virtualized environment, such as added space in overcrowded data centers, lower operations costs through more efficient infrastructure administration, etc.

  • Take Control of VMware Fusion 3 (Joe Kissell)

    After introducing you to a few basic concepts, the ebook offers advice for mixing Fusion and Boot Camp, and notes the hardware and software you'll need.

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