Docker hit the developer scene in a big way last year. It made it easy for developers to run their applications locally and easily share and deploy them. But it wasn't quite ready for prime-time. It wasn't easy to run n-tier applications locally, manage Docker across different geographical locations or cluster Docker for availability and performance.
Recent releases of Docker have introduced new capabilities and tools to help with these use cases. In this session we're going to look at these new capabilities including:
* Looking at Docker Compose for building n-tier Docker applications and managing application stacks.
* Introduce Docker Swarm which provides orchestration and clustering for Docker servers.
* See how to integrate Docker and service discovery tools.
By the end of the session, you'll have a good understanding of how to take your Docker implementation to the next level and make use of these new capabilities.