You’ve got your application properly containerized, and you’re moving into production now. But there are questions, still…
- How do you get your log messages out of the containers, and put them somewhere useful?
- How do you know when your containers are dying and you need to spin up a new one?
- How do you…???
It’s the production side of things – the management, monitoring and logging – that are leaving you wondering.
In this interview, Derick talks with Bret Fisher – a Docker and DevOps consultant – to find the answers to the production questions. Not how to get into production, but how to manage the production environment.
From logging with stdout and stderr, to dealing with good software architecture that will facilitate your Docker management, this conversation picks up where the “Docker in Production” interview left off.
And stick around for the end, when Bret talks about his own course – Docker Mastery – which will show you exactly how to do everything he talks about, and more.