Betty Junod

Join Us for the Docker Federal Summit on May 2nd 2017

 Docker is excited to announce that we are returning to the Newseum in Washington DC on May 2nd to host the second annual Docker Federal Summit event.  A one day event packed with breakout sessions, discussions, hands on labs and technology deep dives from Docker and our ecosystem partners.   This event is designed for federal agency developers and IT ops personnel looking to learn more about how to approach Docker containers, cloud and devops to accelerate agency IT initiatives to support critical civilian and defense missions. Government agency registration: Complimentary Industry and ecosystem partner registration is $100 Register to save your seat. Featured Speakers and Sessions Technology leaders from agencies like GSA, USCIS and JIDO will share their experiences in deploying containers to production and provide pragmatic guidance in how to approach this change from technology to process and culture. Continue reading…

Betty Junod

Webinar recap: Docker 101 for federal government

Docker is driving a movement for IT teams across all industries to modernize their applications with container technology. Government agencies, like private sector companies face similar pressures to accelerate software development while reduce overall IT costs and adopting new technologies and practices like cloud, DevOps and more. This webinar titled “Docker 101 for the Federal Government” features Andrew Weiss, Docker Federal Sales Engineer and breaks down the core concepts of Docker and how it applies to government IT environments and unique regulatory compliance requirements. The presentation highlights how Docker Enterprise Edition can help agencies build a secure cloud-first government. Watch the on-demand webinar to learn how Docker is transforming the way government agencies deliver secure, reliable, and scalable services to organizations and citizens. Here are the questions from the live session: Q: Is Docker Datacenter available both hosted and as Continue reading…