Victor Coisne

Videos from the biggest docker meetup ever: Clocker, Storage Drivers, Docker on the Desktop, Powerstrip

About three weeks ago, the Docker London user group hosted one of, if not THE biggest Docker meetup EVER since the release of Docker as open source two years ago. With about 300 attendees in the room and an amazing speakers lineup composed of some of the most knowledgeable Docker users, the Docker London community was fortunate enough to host what we could call a small conference. Largest @docker London meetup ever. Looks more like a conference than a meetup these days 🙂 #dockerlondon pic.twitter.com/mGpnpIgYVb — Steve Domin (@stevedomin) March 3, 2015 Today, we’re really happy to share the video recordings of these sessions with the rest of the Docker community.

Michael Chiang

Our one click upgrade from dorm room to Docker – the Kitematic story.

If you didn’t already know, Kitematic is the fastest and the easiest way to use Docker on your Mac  We are super excited to announce Kitematic is going to be part of Docker family.  We get to work alongside the team of developers that inspired us to start a company together.  Together we will continue our mission to build easy-to-use yet powerful open source developer products at Docker. So why did we join Docker? The answer to that question can be found in the Kitematic story. The Itch We Had to Scratch It all began in our student apartment (ok – so it wasn’t a dorm room, but close enough). After going through a number of different internships while studying engineering at the University of Waterloo, we collectively came away with a sense that there fundamentally needed to be better Continue reading…

Docker Desktop: Your Desktop over ssh running inside of a Docker container

Motivation I’ve worked for the last 4 years in the financial market and I’m a heavy Excel user. I also use the browser a lot and since I started my summer job as financial intern at dotCloud I’ve been playing with docker. So, why don’t we take advantage of the cloud and use these and other heavy applications (in terms of processing and memory usage) within a container (lighter than a normal VM). Let’s get started!