Jenny Burcio

We Celebrated the Launch of Docker Enterprise 3.0 and Docker 19.03 Last Week Last week, Docker Captain Bret Fisher hosted a 3-day Release Party for Docker 19.03 and Docker Enterprise 3.0. Captains and the Docker team demonstrated some of their favorite new features and answered live audience questions. Here are the highlights (You can check out the full release party here). Docker Desktop Enterprise To kick things off, Docker Product Manager Ben De St Paer-Gotch shared Docker Desktop Enterprise. Docker Desktop Enterprise ships with the Enterprise Engine and includes a number of features that makes enterprise development easier and more…

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Jenny Fong

If you missed DockerCon in San Francisco this year or were unable to watch the livestream, no need to worry – we have you covered. You can catch all the demos, get the latest announcements and find out what is next for the Docker ecosystem by watching the replay sessions on demand. Day 1: Docker Enterprise 3.0, Customer Innovation Awards, Robots and More On Tuesday,  we kicked off the first day of DockerCon with product announcements, demos and customer guest speakers. During the session, we presented Docker Enterprise 3.0, the only desktop-to-cloud enterprise container platform enabling organizations to build and…

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Jim Armstrong

In April of 2017 we announced the Modernize Traditional Applications (MTA) program at Docker. The goal of MTA is to take the vast back catalogs of existing applications that are running in enterprise organizations today, and bring them to a modern container platform, without requiring extensive rewrites or refactoring. I’m excited to share part of our learning from the MTA program and announce the release of Docker Application Guides.   Oracle WebLogic MedRec Sample Application on Docker Enterprise Edition Docker Application Guides demonstrate how to deploy popular enterprise applications – Oracle WebLogic and IBM MQ with WebSphere Liberty – on Docker…

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In the first blog post about the experimental Docker Application Packages, Gareth showed how our new open-source docker-app can be used to augment Compose files by adding metadata and separate settings. Now that you know how to create an Application Package, how do you share it? Using a Docker registry solution like Docker Hub or Docker Enterprise of course! Let’s look at an example that works with the latest release of docker-app. Here’s a simple single-file format Application Package with the filename hello.dockerapp: # This section contains your application metadata. version: 0.1.0 name: hello description: “A simple HTTP echo server” maintainers: – name: Chris Crone…

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