Michael Chiang

Our one click upgrade from dorm room to Docker – the Kitematic story.

If you didn’t already know, Kitematic is the fastest and the easiest way to use Docker on your Mac  We are super excited to announce Kitematic is going to be part of Docker family.  We get to work alongside the team of developers that inspired us to start a company together.  Together we will continue our mission to build easy-to-use yet powerful open source developer products at Docker. So why did we join Docker? The answer to that question can be found in the Kitematic story. The Itch We Had to Scratch It all began in our student apartment (ok – so it wasn’t a dorm room, but close enough). After going through a number of different internships while studying engineering at the University of Waterloo, we collectively came away with a sense that there fundamentally needed to be better Continue reading…

Iain Gray

Iain Gray: What I’ll Be Doing At Docker as VP of Customer Success

I’m incredibly excited to be joining Docker as senior vice president of Customer Success and to build upon my experience of helping enterprise customers develop business solutions based upon open source technology. I joined Red Hat as it brought open source to the enterprise for the first time. We helped Fortune 100 customers build true mission-critical Linux operating environments that replaced legacy, proprietary systems. These early adopter customers looked to Red Hat both as a trusted service and support provider, as well as their advocate within the open source community, championing upstream innovation on their behalf.

Diogo Mónica

Secured at Docker – Diogo Mónica and Nathan McCauley

I’m thrilled to officially announce that Nathan McCauley and I are joining Docker to lead the Security Team. Back in 2011, Nathan and I were fortunate enough to join Square just as it was picking up steam. Square disrupted traditional point-of-sale systems by allowing anyone to take credit-card payments on their phone. And with great, disruptive ideas came new and interesting security engineering challenges. During our time at Square we built a wide range of different systems, from an general purpose cryptography infrastructure, a fully-fledged mutual-TLS micro-service architecture and a small end-to-end encrypted credit-card reader. All of these systems allow Square to move hundreds of millions of dollars per day. We are incredibly proud of what we have achieved at Square but a new opportunity presented itself. 

Victor Coisne

DockerCon Europe keynote: State of the Art in Microservices by Adrian Cockcroft (Battery Ventures)

In this keynote, Adrian Cockcroft (Technology Fellow at Battery Ventures and former Cloud Architect at Netflix) shares his thoughts about the future of microservices, summarizes the differences and commonalities across various microservices architectures and shows how they are evolving.  

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