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Introducing Docker Machine

By Jeff Nickoloff

Docker Machine can create and tear down whole fleets of Docker enabled hosts in a matter of seconds. In this article, excerpted from Docker in Action, we discuss the Docker Machine.

Docker in Action: Shared Memory

By Jeff Nickoloff
In this article, excerpted from the book Docker in Action, I will show you how to open access to shared memory between containers.

Docker in Action: Shared Memory (PDF)

Docker: Staying Ship-Shape

By Ian Miell and Aidan Hobson Sayers
In this article, excerpted from the book Docker in Practice, we show you how and why you need to stay on top of the containers and volumes on your host.

Docker: Staying Ship-Shape (PDF)

Docker’s architecture – what does docker pull do?

From Docker in Action
Docker in Practice Diagram

Docker in Practice: The Docker Daemon

By Ian Miell, author of Docker in Practice
If you want to gain an understanding of all the relevant pieces of Docker, the Docker daemon is the best place to start. In this article, I’ll walk you through the daemon and what it does.

Docker in Practice: The Docker Daemon (PDF)

What are Volumes and Their Benefits?

By Jeff Nickoloff, author of Docker in Action
Volumes are ways to declare shared state or stateful data with a life cycle independent of a running program. Since containers are segregated in all other ways, volumes provide a mechanism to specify a scope of interaction through file access. In this article, I talk about volumes and their benefits.

What are Volumes and Their Benefits? (PDF)

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