Podman in Action (Manning)
Monday, 13 March 2023

This book shows how to deploy containerized applications on Linux, Windows, and MacOS systems using Podman. Daniel Walsh, who leads the Red Hat Podman team, shows how to securely manage the entire application lifecycle without human intervention,  covers Podman’s difference to Docker, and shows how to migrate Docker-based infrastructure. He also demonstrates how to convert containerized applications into Kubernetes-based microservices.

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Author: Daniel Walsh
Publisher: Manning
Date: February 2023
Pages: 312
ISBN: 978-1633439689
Print: 1633439682
Kindle: B0BRYK95DQ
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: Frameworks

podman

 

  • Build and run containers in rootless mode
  • Develop and manage pods
  • Use SystemD to oversee a container’s lifecycle
  • Work with the Podman service via Python
  • Keep your containers confined using Podman security features
  • Manage containerized applications on edge devices

 

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