Victor Coisne

Introducing Dockercast – the Docker Podcast

Victor Coisne

Today, we’re thrilled to introduce Dockercast the official Docker Podcast. The Docker and container ecosystem is moving fast and it can be hard to catch up with the latest projects or features. Podcasts is an efficient medium for getting up to the speed with the latest news from the ecosystem on-demand. Now you can catch up wherever you are by playing or downloading Docker podcast episodes directly to your phone, laptop or tablet.  

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In case you missed it, all the DockerCon sessions have been published on our Youtube Channel last month. However, we realize that not everyone has time to watch dozens of hours of video content and as a result we’re happy to announce that all DockerCon sessions are now available as podcast episodes!

Going forward this Dockercast will cover a wide range of topics including products, projects and contributions from active community members and partners with our host, Docker’s very own –  John Willis. John is very familiar with how to run podcasts given that he started his own DevOps Café podcast with Damon Edwards back in 2010!

John Willis (@botchagalupe) is the Director of Ecosystem development for Docker, which he joined after the company he co-founded (SocketPlane, which focused on SDN for containers) was acquired by Docker in March 2015.

You can find the latest Dockercast episodes on the Itunes Store or via the SoundCloud RSS feed

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29 thoughts on “Introducing Dockercast – the Docker Podcast

  1. Great idea!

    Any chance we can get an RSS feed, too, for people like me that prefer to use a podcast app of our choice? Cheers!

  2. Kirill Evstigneev

    Where can one find a RSS feed for this podcast?

  3. I can't seem to find the podcast in overcast. Is the podcast still disseminating or the like?


  4. Hi there,

    What is the RSS for those that want to use their own podcasting apps (overcast, dogcatcher etc)?


  5. This is great, but any chance of making the podcasts available via itunes as well, so those of us with an ipod can listen in on the way home from work?

  6. A Docker Podcast is good news.

    Is there a RSS feed for new episodes? My PodCatcher app (BeyondPod) can't subscribe to SoundCloud users (as far as I know) and I can't find a RSS feed from the SoundCloud page.

  7. The same with Pocket Casts. Dockercast is not in the list and I can't find a feed.

  8. Justin Garrison

    The RSS feed for soundcloud needs to be enabled by Docker. Please enable it so the rest of the world can follow.

  9. An proper RSS podcast URL would be great, so we can subscribe in actual podcast apps 🙂

  10. I too would appreciate an RSS feed or a link to the iTunes store.

  11. Please add this Podcast to iTunes so that I can subscribe on my iPhone.

  12. Done 🙂 thanks!

  13. DockerCast content is awesome, but I've been facing some problems trying to listen by date ascending order, because audio files are not organized some pattern name.

    Could you please consider in name audio files like dockercast_YYYY-MM-DD-subject ?

    Would be easier listen and don't miss the order.

  14. Just when I discover the Dockercast, there appear to be no more episodes 🙁 Both iTunes and Soundcloud show that the last episode was February 2017 🙁

  15. lol, I just found out that my company's email server is in a Docker container, so my first order of business when learning any tech that's new to me is to find a good podcast. I hope this one has continuing episodes coming!

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