A Day in the Life of a Docker Admin
About two months ago, we celebrated SysAdmin Day and kicked off our learning series for IT professionals. So far we’ve gone through the basics of containers and how containers are delivering value back to the company through cost savings. Now we begin the next stage of the journey by introducing how to deploy and operate containerized applications.
For the next few weeks, we are going to relate typical IT administrative tasks that many of you are familiar with to the tasks of a Docker admin. In the end, containerized applications are still applications and it is still primarily the responsibility of IT to secure and manage them. That is the same regardless of if the application runs in a container or not.
In this “A Day in the LIfe of a Docker Admin” series, we will discuss how common IT tasks translate to the world of Docker, such as:
- Managing .NET apps and migrating them off Windows Server 2008
- How networking with containers work and how to build an agile and secure network for containers
- How to achieve a secure and compliant application environment for any industry
- Integrating Docker with monitoring and logging tools
Read the entire article here, A Day in the Life of a Docker Admin
Via the fine folks at Docker.