When building DevOps or continuous delivery (CD) practices relying on Docker, you can learn a great deal from others. Reference architectures reveal what choices people made, what practices they put in place and how they connected the dots.
We at Sonatype pulled together a set of 21 reference architectures for folks building CD and DevOps practices using Docker. Why? DevOps professionals numbering 3,500 recently attended our webinar on, “Continuous Integration using Docker,” discussing just one reference architecture example. We recognized then there was a strong interest in the community to learn more. That’s why we assembled 20 more reference architectures into this collection.
Dive into the Details
A picture speaks a thousand words. Beyond the images, we also share the details of each DevOps/CD Docker reference architecture. In the bottom right corner of each slide, we share the original blog or presentation source for the image. When one of the images piques your interest, you can then dive deep into the source. Cool, huh?
Think of this set of reference architectures as open source. The slides are free to view, download and distribute. Share with others if you find them helpful.
Oh, and if you have a Docker reference architecture we should add to the deck, please let us know. We would love to add it to our deck for others to learn from. Just like the others we included, you will be sure to get full attribution for your work.
For those of you not using Docker, we did publish a set of DevOps and continuous delivery reference architectures last year on DevOps.com. With more than 86,000 views and 3,300 downloads, many people in the community have found it helpful.