Cari Scardina

Docker Weekly Roundup | October 23, 2016

  The last week of October 2016 is over and you know what that means; another Docker news roundup. Highlights include Windows workloads with Image2Docker, part four of the SwarmKit series, and a Docker InfraKit test-drive! As we begin a new week, let’s recap our five top stories: Windows Workloads with Image2Docker – a community supported and designed project to demonstrate the ease of creating Windows Containers from existing servers. Interested parties are encouraged to fork it, play with it and contribute pull requests back to the community. SwarmKit – Part 4 –  a tutorial series on Docker SwarmKit led by Gabriel Schenker. Part four of the series explains how to create a swarm in the cloud and run a sample application on it. Docker Volumes  – user instructions on how to make sure posts and images stay permanent via Docker volumes, even with an Continue reading…

Cari Scardina

Docker Weekly Roundup | September 18, 2016

  It’s time for your weekly roundup! Get caught up on the top Docker news including; how to maintain dev environments for Java web apps, scale with Swarm, and make your CI/CD pipeline work for you. As we begin a new week, let’s recap our top five most-read stories of the week of September 18, 2016: Debugging Java in Docker tutorial for building a Java web application using containers and three popular Java IDEs: Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA and Netbeans by Sophia Parafina.  Orchestration Workshop instructional workshop to scale out an app, operate and go deeper in Docker Swarm by Jerome Petazzoni.   PiZero Swarm with OTG  detailed explanation on how to build your own PiZero Swarm with OTG networking by Docker Captain Alex Ellis. Docker-based Workflow Learn how to make your CI/CD pipeline work with these four tips for an effective Continue reading…

Cari Scardina

Weekly Roundup: Top 5 Docker articles of the week

  This week, we announced the launch of the Docker Scholarship program, got to know our featured Docker Captains, and aired the first #Dockercast episode. As we begin a new week, let’s recap our top 5 most-read stories for the week of August 14, 2016:   Docker Scholarship Program: Docker announced the launch of a new scholarship program, in partnership with Reactor Core, a network of coding schools. The application period is open and interested applicants can apply here. Docker Captains: meet and greet with our three selected August Captains. Learn how they got started, what they love most about Docker, and why Docker. Dockercast Episode 1: this podcast guest stars Ilan Rabinovitch the Director of Technical Community at Datadog and discusses Monitoring-as-a-Service, Docker metadata and Docker container monitoring information. Docker on Raspberry Pi: an informative guide to getting started Continue reading…

Jenny Burcio

5 Minutes with the Docker Captains

Docker Captain is a distinction that Docker awards select members of the community that are both experts in their field and are passionate about sharing their Docker knowledge with others. Captains are Docker ambassadors (not Docker employees) and their genuine love of all things Docker has a huge impact on the Docker community – whether they are blogging, writing books, speaking, running workshops, creating tutorials and classes, offering support in forums, or organizing and contributing to local events – they make Docker’s mission of democratizing technology possible. Whether you are new to Docker or have been a part of the community for awhile, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Docker Captains with your challenges, questions, speaking requests and more.

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DockerCon 2016: Just Wow!

The Docker Community has continued to impress us with so much awesomeness packed in just a few days at DockerCon 2016! Big thank you to all of the 141 confirmed speakers (not including Open Forum track sessions!), 100+ sponsors and over 4,000 attendees for helping us make such a big splash in Seattle. We’ll post the recorded videos and slides soon starting with the general sessions but here is a brief recap of all of the news from DockerCon 2016!

Victor Coisne

Introducing the Docker Captains

We receive many requests from the Docker community for help identifying experts who can answer questions on different forums like Stack Overflow, share their knowledge in blog posts and online tutorials, and present at industry events like conferences and meetups. Today, we are proud to introduce the Docker community to the Docker Captains!