Day 2 of DockerCon EU 2015 started off with a lot of exciting announcements! The general session included live demos of several new Docker products and features including Docker Universal Control Plane and Project Nautilus.
Watch the video of the general session from Day 2 at DockerCon EU 2015 below.
We cannot contain our excitement about DockerCon EU 2015! With over 1500 attendees, 80 speakers and 60 sponsors, the conference was packed with great Docker content from the global Docker community
DockerCon EU 2015: Docker Trusted Registry 1.4 with Integrated Content Trust and Universal Control Plane
In the Day 2 keynote, we talked about some amazing products – from Project Nautilus, the new image scanning and vulnerability detection service for Official Repos on Docker Hub, to the upgrades to Docker Hub Auto Build service to how to use these together with Tutum for an end-to-end Containers as a Service platform, all available in the cloud today. And for those that need on-premise control of their own destiny we have a new release of Docker Trusted Registry that integrates Docker Content Trust, for image signing, integrity and authenticity.
Back in September, one of the winning teams from Docker Global Hack Day stood out for us.
The Container Migration team, drawing inspiration from a DockerCon team that migrated a Quake 3 container around the world, showed migrating a container while maintaining a TCP connection.
Since at least 1999, system administrators have been looking for ways to make Ops a more visual, exciting environment. As recently as April, dockerdoomd showed us how to kill containers using Doom as a Docker Engine user interface.
In today’s world, we wanted to focus more on building. Minecraft has emerged as the sandbox game of the decade, so we chose to use that as our visual interface to Docker. Based on the customizable, scriptable Minecraft server, cuberite, we built our interface based around the metaphor of shipping containers and showed the Minecraft demo at DockerCon EU 2015.
Docker Trusted Registry and Docker Engine with Business Day Support are now available in Amazon Web Services (AWS) European regions allowing customers to build, ship and run distributed applications. Announced today at DockerCon Europe, Docker Subscription for AWS has expanded its availability beyond the AWS US regions to now include AWS’s EU regions. Docker Subscription for AWS is available on demand through the AWS Marketplace with 30 day free trial, hourly and annual subscription options.
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