Chris Hines

Docker 101: Getting to Know Docker

At Docker, we strive to create tools of mass innovation. But what exactly is Docker? And how can it benefit both your developers looking to build applications quickly and your IT team looking to manage the IT environment? As part of our mission to educate practitioners on Docker and revolutionize the way that they build, ship and run their applications, Technical Evangelist Mike Coleman and myself presented a Docker 101 webinar.

Adam Herzog

Docker Online Meetup #39: Docker Security

During this week’s Docker Online Meetup, Director of Security at Docker, Inc. Nathan McCauley joined us to discuss all things related to Docker security! The meetup started with Nathan presenting on securing the software supply chain with Docker (read this blog post on the recently GA Docker Security Scanning for more info). At the end of his presentation, Nathan answered attendees’ questions about Docker security. Scroll down to watch the recorded video and slides from Nathan’s presentation at Docker Online Meetup #39.

Chris Hines

Webinar Q&A: Scanning Images and Ensuring Secure Content with Docker Security Scanning

A few weeks back we released Docker Security Scanning. The tool formerly known as Nautilus provides binary scanning of images on a layer by layer basis. It then provides teams with the actionable intelligence they need in or to ensure they are leveraging secure base images as they build their applications, helping to secure the application delivery pipeline. The feature is available today as a free preview within Docker Cloud.

Betty Junod

Share your love for Docker for Mac and Windows in a #DockerVideo

Since the launch of the Docker for Mac and Windows apps in late March, there have been tens of thousands of requests – over 30,000 users in just the first 24 hours! First of all, THANK YOU! Your support and enthusiasm is what drives us to build the best Docker experience for local development. Speaking of enthusiasm, we also enjoyed how the enthusiasm was expressed through some really funny tweets.

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Adam Herzog

Docker Online Meetup #38: Docker Support in NetBeans, Eclipse and IntelliJ

At the latest Docker Online Meetup, Docker Captain Arun Gupta from Couchbase joined us to discuss Docker support in an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). A typical tool chain of Java developer consists of an IDE such as NetBeans, Eclipse, or IntelliJ. These IDEs assist in easily writing and debugging the Java application. They also provide features like syntax highlighting and code completion, which makes the developer more effective. All three IDEs provide support for building, pulling and pushing Docker images and running containers. This allows you to run your application or database server as Docker container from within the IDE itself. This live coding session shows the current state of Docker support in the three IDEs. Watch the recorded video and slides from Arun’s presentation for the Docker Online Meetup below.

Michelle Antebi

From Docker San Francisco Meetup: Docker 1.11 Release

A couple of weeks ago, we gave members of the Docker San Francisco Meetup group an opportunity to take a deep dive into the recent Docker 1.11 release by hosting an event where they could learn from the engineers themselves.

Adam Herzog

Docker Online Meetup #37: Docker 1.11

During this week’s Docker Online Meetup, core team member Ben Firshman discusses the recently released Docker 1.11, our first release built on runC and containerd. Ben started the online meetup with an overview of Docker 1.11 before showing some demos and answering questions at the end. Below are the recorded video and slides from the Docker Online Meetup.

Betty Junod

Video Whiteboard Series for Docker Universal Control Plane

It’s been less than two months since Docker Universal Control Plane (UCP) became generally available as part of the Docker Datacenter (DDC) subscription. With DDC, organizations are able to set up a Containers as a Service (CaaS) application environment on-premises/VPC to support their security or compliance requirements. UCP provides the orchestration and management layer to this environment so IT teams can deploy and manage their Docker host cluster and apps securely at scale.