1: UNBOXING DOCKER
Inception: Build Docker in Docker
2: DOCKER CLI AND DOCKERFILE
Running your own project
Docker workflow - pull-use-modify-commit-push
3: CONFIGURING DOCKER CONTAINERS
Managing data in containers with volumes
Configuring Docker to use a different storage driver
Configuring Docker's network settings
4: AUTOMATION AND BEST PRACTICES
Docker remote API
Injecting processes into containers with the Docker execute command
5: FRIENDS OF DOCKER
Using Docker with Chef and Puppet
Setting up an apt-cacher
Setting up your own mini-Heroku
Setting up a highly available service
* Composing of architecture, tools and processes used by humans to deliver a defined Service.
* Stitching of software and hardware components together to deliver a defined Service.
* Connecting and Automating of work flows when applicable to deliver a defined Service.
Since this is your first book, and you have no immediately obvious prior published authority on the matter of Docker, I recommend you improve your Amazon author profile.
Currently I see the book and think, "this looks good!" But then I ask, "wait who is this guy, and why does he know so much about Docker?" Your author profile should answer that question, but right now it's just a brief picture of your personality. Sell yourself. Explain why you are the best person to teach me about Docker.
Always establish your authority. :)