Solomon Hykes

Docker 0.3 released: public index, data volumes and open-source registry

Hi everyone, Today we’re excited to announce a new version of Docker. This version brings three highly demanded features: data volumes, a searchable index and the first open-source release of the docker registry! Let us know what you think! We’re always available on irc.freenode.net #docker. Feel free to open an issue on Docker’s repository. # CONTENTS * What is Docker? * 0.3.0 summary * Data volumes * Searchable index * Open-source registry * What’s next? * Remote API * Runtime API * Build! * How you can help * Hack day on June 11

New Registry goes live!

Hi all, We are proud to announce that the new Docker registry is live and ready for action. Please test this new version and report any bug that you find. Be careful, this is production, so altering your data on the new registry will alter your data on the old one. IMPORTANT: After you pushed a given repository at least once with the new client, you should not access that same repository again with the old client. 2 ways of using the new Registry: – Build Docker from source using the “registry-update” branch. – Use the following binary: http://get.docker.io/builds/Linux/x86_64/docker-registry-update.tgz

Solomon Hykes

List of publicly available docker images

Hey dockers, I get a lot of requests for a way to find publicly available docker images. The registry team is working on exactly that. While we wait, I put together a wiki page so we can all list images. Feel free to add your own, add requests, +1 requests etc. https://github.com/dotcloud/docker/wiki/Public-docker-images