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Monolithic docker pattern

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Study Notes. A simple pattern for the dev-ops, of a monolithic app/server architecture.

Study Notes. A simple pattern for the dev-ops, of a monolithic app/server architecture.

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  • 1. A simple Docker pattern, for a Monolithic app/server dev-ops Host(s) : Development Host : Staging Host : Production Host : Blob Store Canonical Image version x.y.z Exact Immutable Copy Exact Immutable Copy Exact Immutable Copy OPERATION 1 Update all the images.
  • 2. A simple Docker pattern, for a Monolithic app/server dev-ops Host(s) : Development Canonical Image version x.y.z OPERATION 2 Do all the development. Container Container Container Host : Staging Canonical Image version x.y.z Build Image version a.b.c OPERATION 3 SAVE/LOAD a Build Image. [Without a private registry, you have to copy redundant layers across hosts, in a tarball, but when you LOAD, docker should discard the locally redundant layers.] 3 OPERATION 4 Testing(s). Container 4
  • 3. A simple Docker pattern, for a Monolithic app/server dev-ops Host : Staging Canonical Image version x.y.z Build Image version a.b.c Host : Production Canonical Image version x.y.z Build Image version a.b.c Container OPERATION 5 copy/LOAD a Build Image. [Without a private registry, you have to copy redundant layers across hosts, in a tarball, but when you LOAD, docker should discard the locally redundant layers.] 5 6 OPERATION 6 Launch.