Bret Fisher

DevOps Trainer and Consultant, Virginia Beach, Virginia United States of America

For 25 years Bret has built and operated distributed systems as a sysadmin and helped over 100,000 people learn dev and ops topics. He is a Docker Captain, the author of the wildly popular Docker Mastery series on Udemy, and also provides DevOps-style consulting and live workshops with a focus on immutable infrastructures, containers, and orchestration. He spends his free time maintaining open source and leading Virginia's local, thriving tech scene. Bret basically spends his days helping people, and giving high fives. He lives at the beach, writes at bretfisher.com, prefers dogs over cats, and tweets at @bretfisher.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/BretFisherDockerandDevOps

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Expertise

Orchestration (specifically Swarm Mode)
Docker for Mac
Networking
Security
Docker for Operations

Programming Languages

Modern Web
Javascript
Node

Operating Systems

Linux
Mac
Windows
SmartOS

Available For

Speaking Opportunities
Guest Blogging
Consulting
Creating Training

Blog Posts by Bret Fisher

Windows Weekly Dockerfile #25: Self-Service Analytics for .NET Apps | Elton Stoneman

Posted on: 08/17/2018

Adding self-service analytics to legacy .NET apps by running a reporting database and dashboard in Windows Docker containers, populated by a .NET Core app....

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Staying up-to-date with .NET Container Images | .NET Blog

Posted on: 06/26/2018

A first-hand look from the .NET engineering teams...

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Dealing with Lock Files When Using Ruby, Node and Elixir with Docker —

Posted on: 06/26/2018

You can use this method with any package manager that has the concept of a lock file to help with dependency management....

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Deploying PostgreSQL on a Docker Container

Posted on: 06/11/2018

This blog provides a high level overview and tips and tricks for deploying your PostgreSQL database on Docker....

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Automated DB migrations for continuous delivery –

Posted on: 06/11/2018

At Phorest Salon Software we run our platform on AWS. That platform consists of many AWS resources (instances, databases) inside a VPC. Most of our services are running on docker containers which are…...

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Django development with Docker — Testing, Continuous Integration and Docker Hub

Posted on: 06/06/2018

At the end of my last post about Django development with Docker, we saw how to improve our development environment by implementing these features: But we did not execute or write any test, even more…...

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Reducing Complexity With Docker – Mobelux –

Posted on: 06/06/2018

At Mobelux, the development projects never stop. We’re constantly working on both new and existing codebases. At any given time, there are multiple versions of Python, Ruby, NodeJS, PostgreSQL…...

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First time setup with Jenkins on Docker – Chris Emerson –

Posted on: 06/06/2018

Like many people in tech, I’m a fundamentally lazy person. When I solve a problem once, I don’t want to have to solve it (or slight variations of it) again. This is especially true for things like…...

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Install and run Docker on Ubuntu 18.04 at Infomaniak (or anywhere else)

Posted on: 06/06/2018

Infomaniak is one of the best and reliable hosting provider in Switzerland. They are evolving fast, but unfortunately do not (yet?) provide a solution out of the box to host containers. If you want…...

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