Scott Johnston

Docker 1.3: signed images, process injection, security options, Mac shared directories

Today we’re pleased to announce the availability of Docker Engine 1.3.  With over 750 commits from 45 contributors, this release includes new capabilities as well as lots of quality enhancements.  You can get more details in the release notes, but we’ll highlight four of the new features here. Tech Preview: Digital Signature Verification First up, in this release, the Docker Engine will now automatically verify the provenance and integrity of all Official Repos using digital signatures. Official Repos are Docker images curated and optimized by the Docker community to be the best building blocks for assembling distributed applications.  A valid signature provides an added level of trust by indicating that the Official Repo image has not been tampered with. With Official Repos representing one out of every five downloads from the Docker Hub Registry, this cryptographic verification will provide users with an additional assurance of Continue reading…