Shanea Leven

One of Docker’s core missions is delivering choice and flexibility across different application languages and frameworks, operating systems, and infrastructure. When it comes to modern applications, the choice of infrastructure is not just whether the application is run on-premises, on virtual machines or bare metal, or in the cloud. It can also be a choice of which architecture – x86, Arm, or GPU. Today, we’re happy to share some updates in Docker Hub that make it easier to access multi-architecture images and scanning results through the Tag UX.

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Jeff Morgan

Today, we’re excited to announce that Docker Store and Docker Cloud are now part of Docker Hub, providing a single experience for finding, storing and sharing container images. This means that: Docker Certified and Verified Publisher Images are now available for discovery and download on Docker Hub Docker Hub has a new user experience   Millions of individual users and more than a hundred thousand organizations use Docker Hub, Store and Cloud for their container content needs. We’ve designed this Docker Hub update to bring together the features that users of each product know and love the most, while addressing…

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Gordon Latortue

As we passed 2.5B pulls on Docker Hub recently, we were proud but we were also concerned. What if we’re simply using too much of the Internet for Docker? We certainly wouldn’t want to get in the way of streaming your favorite show (by the way, winter is coming). So, today we’re announcing Docker Hub Classic, an alternative way for Hub users to pull images from Docker Hub.

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Matt Soldo

Docker Hub‘s automated build system is one of it’s most popular features. One quarter of all repositories on Docker Hub are created through the automated build system, and the system is now processing over 60,000 builds per week – a 300% increase since the beginning of this year. Today, we are releasing a major upgrade to our Autobuild system which features dynamic matching of git branches and tags, a faster and more secure build infrastructure, and user control over build parallelism.

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Docker Hub has become an integral part of the Docker experience for our incredible community. As our user community has scaled exponentially, we have begun to put significant effort into improving its scale, performance and reliability. A number of these changes have happened through new software releases, but we also have made significant upgrades in hardware which happened during our recent scheduled maintenance window.    

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Docker Hub is becoming a central part of your dev workflow and the home of your private Dockerized apps.  Docker Hub organizations allows you to securely share private repos with everyone on your team. This organizations function allows you to structure your team members into groups that align with different security permission levels for your repositories. Simplified Organization Setup

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Scott Johnston

With Docker containers fast becoming the standard for building blocks for distributed apps, we’re working with the Docker community to make it easier for users to quickly code and assemble their projects.  Official Repos, publicly downloadable for free from the Docker Hub Registry, are curated images informed by user feedback and best practices.  They represent a focused community effort to provide great base images for applications, so developers and sysadmins can focus on building new features and functionality while minimizing repetitive work on commodity scaffolding and plumbing. At DockerCon last June, we announced the first batch of Official Repos which…

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Nathan LeClaire

I want the speed and other advantages of a static site generator, but with the flexibility of a database-backed CMS. I want performance, flexibility, and ease of maintenance. From cars to computers, getting both flexibility and performance all too often requires a carefully weighed set of trade-offs. Generating content for your readers and fans on the web is no exception. On the one hand, techies have recently embraced static site generators such as Jekyll, and for good reason, as these systems provide a lot of advantages (e.g., deploying straight to Github pages, high performance, and ease of keeping your content in…

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