It's no secret that containers are growing in popularity, and more and more organizations are using them in production. Of the organizations NGINX surveyed in our recent study
, 20% have already deployed containers into production environments, while two-thirds of organizations are exploring containers. Why the shift to this new technology? Containers make developing, distributing, and running software simpler, faster, and more robust than ever before.
Using Docker is a hands-on guide to using containers across the entire lifecycle of your applications, from development to testing to production. NGINX is offering chapters 8 and 9 of this guide for free. This excerpt covers the practical topics of continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) in Docker-based environments.
Download this exclusive ebook excerpt from O’Reilly on continuous integration, testing, and deployment with Docker to learn:
How to use Docker and Jenkins to create a continuous integration workflow for building and testing a web application
How to test with Docker in a microservices architecture
How to deploy a simple web application on the most widely used cloud providers, as well as on specialized Docker hosting services
How to avoid some of the issues commonly faced when running containers in production