Jim Armstrong

DockerCon 2018 is right around the corner and it’s not just a conference for developers! We’ve created experiences and activities designed with the IT professional in mind. Registration is open so secure your spot and begin planning your conference experience. “What gets me excited about Docker is how liberating their platform is for technologists. As a technologist, Docker gives me the freedom, flexibility, and makes it extremely easy to run and deploy apps on modern infrastructure.” – Arjuna Rivera, I2 Labs Leader, Lockheed Martin DockerCon is the premier container industry event, where you’ll see examples of Docker best practices that…

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Mike Coleman

At last year’s DockerCon EU 2015, we offered Hands-on Labs to attendees for the first time and the feedback was really positive! So much so, we are stoked to announce that we’re bringing them back for DockerCon 2016 coming up in Seattle on June 19-21.

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Victor Coisne

Looking to do more of a deep dive into Docker? Join the official Docker training at DockerCon EU 2015! Through instructor-led discussion and interactive, hands-on exercises, participants will understand the more advanced topics required to deploy Docker in Production.

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Victor Coisne

We know how busy everyone gets at DockerCon – there’s so much to do between conference talks, meeting members of the community and chatting with sponsors! We took all of the feedback from our pilot Docker Tutorials at DockerCon 2015 and created a new set of trainings for a better attendee experience. New at DockerCon EU 2015 are Hands-On Labs geared to help attendees learn the ins and out of Docker! This series of Hands-On Labs will provide conference attendees with the opportunity to gain experience with various Docker features and use cases. Each Lab runs between 15-30 minutes, covers both…

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Victor Coisne

In case you missed it, last week we announced the first speakers for DockerCon. Today, we’re excited to share with you the 2nd batch of speakers selected by the DockerCon Community Review Committee. Once again, we’d like to thank everyone who took the time to both submit and review the proposals. Before we dive into the speakers lineup and abstracts, here are a few numbers to put things into perspective: 2 days of conference + 1 day of training 1 afterparty 24-hour hackathon 2000 attendees 6 Breakout tracks 3h40 of General Session 9h of Breakouts Sessions 45 sponsors (and counting)

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Ashlynn Polini

Today we’re thrilled to announce that the DockerCon website is live with (almost) everything you wanted to know about the conference, including the first batch of speakers! With over 380 submissions this year, the DockerCon Community Committee set to the task of narrowing the sessions down to 24 spots. It’s taken a lot of long hours so thank you to those on the committee that volunteered their time to give us a hand in this process. Given the large number of submissions and the limited number of sessions, we won’t be able to accept as many speakers as we would…

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