¡Que día mas increíble! With over 1500 attendees at DockerCon EU 2015, today was an awesome day of Docker learning, meeting the global Docker community, and more! Don’t miss tomorrow’s Docker news by watching the livestream of each general session.
Below are some of our favorite news, tweets and other stories from Day 1 of DockerCon EU 2015:
Today at DockerCon EU 2015, Aanand ran through a demo of running and developing an app from a fresh computer using Docker Toolbox and Compose. This was to show how easy it is for new developers to get started when you run your development environments with Docker.
Three months ago we launched Docker Content Trust, integrating the guarantees from The Update Framework (TUF)into Docker using Notary, an open source tool that provides trust over any content. Today we’re incredibly excited to announce the support of hardware based signing in notary and Docker experimental.
Swarm is the easiest way to run Docker app in production. It lets you take an an app that you’ve built in development and deploy it across a cluster of servers. Recently we took Swarm out beta and released version 1.0. It’s being used by people like O’Reilly for building authoring tools, the Distributed Systems Group at Eurecom for doing scientific research, and Rackspace who built their new container service, Carina, on top of it. But there’s an important thing that Swarm needs to be able to do to take your apps to production: it needs to scale. We believed Swarm could scale up tremendously, so we looked around for a benchmark and found one here. We decided to recreate the Kubernetes test with Swarm. Like the team at Google, we wanted to make sure that as we launched more containers it would keep scheduling containers quickly.
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