David Friedlander

Desigual Transforms the In-Store Customer Experience with Docker Enterprise

  At DockerCon Barcelona, we awarded Desigual with the first ever Rising Star Docker Customer Innovation Award. The Desigual team earned the award by building a brand new in-store shopping assistant application in just 5 months thanks to Docker Enterprise. The digital shopping assistant is already deployed at over 100 stores, and is being rolled out to all of Desigual’s 500-plus clothing stores worldwide in the coming months. In this 2 minute video, Desigual gives the highlights of their story: https://youtu.be/BKbD-gW6yI0 The Desigual team analyzed existing sales data and found that of lost in-store sales, 60 percent were because a particular size was out of stock, and 40 percent were because a product wasn’t available in the catalog. They wanted to create a customer-first shopping experience that would stand out among retail clothing brands and help store associates recommend alternatives Continue reading…

Chris Hines

FairFly Makes Deployment Super Easy with Docker Cloud

In case you were wondering who’s actually using Docker Cloud. Last week FairFly, an awesome startup that helps their customers rebook flights for less, participated in a joint webinar called “How FairFly Uses Docker Cloud.” During the webinar, Fairfly CTO and co-founder Ami Goldenberg explains how with Docker Cloud, our SaaS hosted service for managing and deploying applications in production, they are able to create an end-to-end CI/CD pipeline, focus on building apps vs. maintaining infrastructure itself, and able to reduce infrastructure costs.

Iain Gray

Iain Gray: What I’ll Be Doing At Docker as VP of Customer Success

I’m incredibly excited to be joining Docker as senior vice president of Customer Success and to build upon my experience of helping enterprise customers develop business solutions based upon open source technology. I joined Red Hat as it brought open source to the enterprise for the first time. We helped Fortune 100 customers build true mission-critical Linux operating environments that replaced legacy, proprietary systems. These early adopter customers looked to Red Hat both as a trusted service and support provider, as well as their advocate within the open source community, championing upstream innovation on their behalf.