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CHAPTER 5 Docker Installation and Deployment 41 These materials are © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Any dissemination, distribution, or unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. Understanding Docker Enterprise Deployment Requirements So Docker is super easy to get going for brand-new containers, eh? Well, in a lab or test environment, you can get away with typing a few commands and getting your first container launched. In an enterprise environment, you need to consider far more. Security One of the main benefits of containers is unleashing your devel- opers to become more productive and create value. On the other hand, you still need to have in place controls if you want to deploy workloads into production, especially in regulated industries. You need to give consideration to compliance and separation of duties between developers and operations staff. Governance needs to be put in place to standardize on images and updates used within your environment. That's all handled outside Docker before you even type your very first run command. FIGURE 5-2: The "Hello, World" container is running.

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