Jenny Fong

New Features of Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 – Top 12 Questions from the Docker Virtual Event

In the recent Docker Virtual Event, Unveiling Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0, we demonstrated some of the key new capabilities of the Docker Enterprise Edition – the enterprise-ready container platform that enables IT leaders to choose how to cost-effectively build and manage their entire application portfolio at their own pace, without fear of architecture and infrastructure lock-in. Designed to address enterprise customers’ needs, these net-new features extend across both Swarm and Kubernetes (Part 1 of this blog) and across Windows and Linux applications (Part 2 of this blog). In this blog post, we’ll go over some of the most common questions about these new features as well as some of the common questions that were asked about how Docker Enterprise Edition is packaged and deployed. If you missed the live event, don’t worry! You can still catch the recording on-demand here. Continue reading…

Jenny Burcio

First Look at the DockerCon San Francisco 2018 Agenda

From June 12th – 15th, San Francisco will welcome 6,000+ developers, sysadmins, architects, VP of Apps and other IT leaders to get hands-on with the latest innovations in the container ecosystem at DockerCon 2018. Today, we are excited to share a first look at the DockerCon Agenda. We’ve brought back some of your favorite from past DockerCons and are also thrilled to welcome many first time DockerCon speakers to the stage. Here is a first look at some of our favorites sessions:   Customers in Production   Use case sessions highlight how companies are using Docker to modernize their infrastructure and build, manage and secure  distributed applications. These sessions are heavy on business value, ROI and production implementation advice, and learnings. Building your NoSQL ship: How an Enterprise transitioned from a RDBMS to NoSQL DB using Agile and Docker by Jonell Continue reading…

Ashlynn Polini

Build Your DockerCon Europe 2017 Agenda!

It’s that moment you’ve been waiting for…It’s time to build your DockerCon Agenda! DockerCon is coming back to Europe with some of the best content we’ve ever presented. Don’t miss out and register now before it’s too late. If you are just learning about Docker or have been dabbling in containers for a while, we’re confident that DockerCon will have the right content for you. With eight tracks, two summits (Moby Project Summit and Enterprise Summit) and more than 60 sessions presented by Docker Engineering, Docker Captains, partners, practitioners and customers such as Finnish Railways, MetLife, PayPal, Splunk and Assa Abloy, DockerCon 2017 will cover a wide range of use cases and topics. Build your agenda We encourage you to review the full catalogue of DockerCon sessions and build your agenda for the week. You’ll find a new agenda builder that allows you to Continue reading…

Karen Bajza

Docker Community Spotlight: Adina-Valentina Radulescu

Adina-Valentina Radulescu, a DevOps/Integration Engineer for Pentalog Romania, has been organizing meetups for not one but two meetup groups. In February of last year, Adina founded Docker Brasov and Docker Timisoara, and has since done an amazing job creating and fostering a sense of belonging in her community. This month, we’re happy to shine the community spotlight on Adina to learn more about her Docker story. Tell us about your first experience with Docker.  The first time I heard about Docker was back in 2014. I played around with Docker and I was impressed with the simplicity of integration so I wanted to learn more. I was able to attend DockerCon EU in 2015 in Barcelona where I completed some labs and attended the talks to learn as much as I could about Docker. It was a powerful feeling. Why did you start Docker Continue reading…

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Ashlynn Polini

Planning Your DockerCon Europe Week

DockerCon week is a busy week with so much information to absorb, people to meet and talks to attend. Here’s a quick agenda summary to make sure you know how to plan your travel and get the most out of your DockerCon Europe experience in Copenhagen. Register for DockerCon Europe 2017 Monday 16 October Monday is when the first attendees start arriving for DockerCon. Attendees who have signed up for Paid-Workshops or want to check in and pick up their badge and backpacks early should plan to be in Copenhagen by Monday morning. Monday is also a great day to get a jump start on meeting other attendees. You’ll be able to book Moby Mingles that help you connect with other attendees on topics you are both interested in learning or mentoring about. Overview of Monday: Paid Workshops (these are not Continue reading…