From Containers to Kubernetes with Node.js is a comprehensive guide for software developers and system administrators who are looking to streamline their application deployment process using Node.js, Docker containers, and Kubernetes.
The book covers the basics of containerization and how Docker can be used to create, package, and distribute Node.js applications as containers. It also explains how to use Kubernetes, an open-source container orchestration tool, to manage and scale containerized Node.js applications in a production environment.
Readers will learn how to set up a development environment for building and testing Node.js applications, how to containerize Node.js applications using Docker, and how to deploy and manage containers using Kubernetes. The book provides step-by-step instructions for creating and deploying a sample Node.js application using these technologies.
Additionally, the book covers topics such as monitoring and logging containerized Node.js applications, configuring Kubernetes for high availability, and using Kubernetes to manage microservices. It also explores advanced topics such as running containers on multiple nodes, load balancing, and service discovery.
One of the key benefits of using containers and Kubernetes is that they allow developers to focus on writing code rather than worrying about infrastructure. The book provides practical advice and best practices for developers and system administrators to use these tools effectively.
The author of this book, who is an experienced software developer and consultant, brings a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to the book. The book is written in a clear and concise style, with plenty of code examples and diagrams to illustrate key concepts.
Whether you are a seasoned Node.js developer or a system administrator looking to streamline your application deployment process, From Containers to Kubernetes with Node.js is an essential guide for anyone looking to leverage the power of containers and Kubernetes to simplify their application deployment process.