Mario Ponticello

Docker Community Passes Two Billion Pulls!

In March 2013, Docker launched the first iteration of Docker Hub as the canonical platform for publishing and consuming Docker container images. This past November, we announced that Docker Hub had reached 1.2 billion pulls. Now, only three months later, we’re announcing another historic milestone: the Docker ecosystem has passed two billion pulls!

Mario Ponticello

Three New Official Repos Join the Docker Library

We’re excited to announce that we’ve added three new Official Repos to the Docker Library. These repos are the latest additions to a growing library of curated content maintained by Docker and our partners. Docker users have pulled Official Repos nearly 300 million times, making them the most popular content in the Docker ecosystem. Please welcome Neo4j, Nuxeo, and Photon to the Docker library!

Mario Ponticello

Four New Official Repos in Docker Hub: Gazebo, Rocket.chat, Joomla and Redmine

We’re excited to announce four new Official Repos that we added to Docker Hub in August and September. These repos are the newest additions to a growing library of curated content maintained by Docker and our partners. Docker users have pulled Official Repos nearly 130 million times for use in both development and production contexts – a 63% increase since late July! Welcome Gazebo, Rocket.Chat, Joomla, and Redmine to the Docker library!  

Mario Ponticello

Four New Official Repos in Docker Hub: Kibana, ownCloud, ArangoDB and Kaazing Gateway

We’re excited to announce four new Official Repos that we added to Docker Hub in June and July. These repos are the newest additions to a growing library of production-ready content maintained by Docker and our partners. Docker users have pulled Official Repos nearly 80 million times for use in both development and production contexts. We’re excited to add Kibana, ownCloud, ArangoDB, and Kaazing Gateway to the Docker library.

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New Apt and Yum Repos

written by Jessie Frazelle, Core Maintainer at Docker, Inc. TLDR; UPDATE your Docker apt repo source list if you want to be able to get the latest Docker We have a yum repo FINALLY for rpms EVERYONE GETS A DYNAMIC BINARY Today, we are super excited to announce that we have created and deployed new apt and yum repos for installing Docker. No longer will you apt-get install lxc-docker, a super confusing name considering we no longer use lxc as the default backend for Docker out of the box. Let’s take a deep dive into the awesomeness that is the new repos.

Mario Ponticello

Understanding Official Repos on Docker Hub

What are Official Repositories? Official Repositories (“Repos”) are a curated set of image repositories that contain content packaged and maintained directly by Docker, our upstream partners, and the broader community. The repository itself contains the same software you can get directly from the upstream project, but has been packaged as a Docker repository for distribution on Docker Hub. Currently, there are 74 Official Repos on Docker Hub, and these images have been pulled over 53 million times to build their applications.

Announcing Webhook Repository Subscriptions

Back in December at DockerCon Europe, we announced chained Webhooks. This enabled you to configure your deployment processes to continue only if the previous Webhook completed successfully.  Today we are excited to announce expanded Webhook capabilities. You can now set up Webhook subscriptions to repositories that you do not own but use. For example, when your favorite Official Repository is updated with a security patch you can automate your build and deploy processes to take advance of changes immediately.