Jenny Fong

What’s New in Docker Enterprise Edition Webinar Recap

The latest release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) allows organizations to modernize Windows, Linux, and Linux-on-mainframe applications—all with minimal disruption. The release also allows organizations to run containers at scale with advanced capabilities around secure multi-tenancy and policy-based automation. In last week’s webinar, we walked through the key new features of this release and saw a demo of Docker EE in action. If you missed the webinar, you can watch it here: Here are the top questions from the webinar: Q: Can you provide more information about Windows support? Which version of Windows? Is this only available with Docker Enterprise Edition? A: You can run Windows Docker containers either with Docker Community Edition for Windows (PC) which supports Windows 10 or Docker Enterprise Edition for Windows Server 2016 (including Nano Server). Docker EE Basic is included with the Windows Server 2016 Continue reading…

Karen Bajza

Your Docker Agenda for July

Weren’t able to attend DockerCon 2016 last month? Don’t worry, there are several DockerCon recap meetups scheduled this month all over the world! Have you signed up yet for the Docker 1.12 Hackathon? Teams of up to three individuals will hack the new features included in Docker 1.12 including Swarm Mode, cryptographic node identity, service API, and built-in routing mesh to win some awesome prizes. Submissions are due by July 25th so register your team today and start hacking! Take a look at this month’s agenda including Docker trainings and meetups in your community.

Chris Hines

Webinar: Containerization for the Virtualization Admin

If you’re a virtualization admin there’s a good chance that the word “container” has floated by in the last few months. This is because enterprises of all sizes are now looking to leverage the power of containerization. But what is containerization and how can you leverage containers while also making use of your investment in virtualization?

Chris Hines

Using Docker Datacenter for Enterprise-Ready Orchestration – The SA Home Loans Story

Orchestration for dockerized applications in production has been a huge reason for why today’s enterprises have begun to leverage Docker Datacenter. Universal Control Plane, the management layer of the Docker Container-as-a-Service platform delivers production-level orchestration. The tool enables enterprise IT ops teams to manage, deploy and scale their applications across their multi-node clusters. These clusters can be comprised of nodes that exist both in cloud providers like Azure and AWS as well as in the datacenter. Universal Control Plane comes with Docker Swarm embedded into it, giving it the power to create clusters and scale applications across their environment, regardless of infrastructure type, all with support from the Docker team.

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Karen Bajza

Your Docker Agenda for June

June is finally here, which means that DockerCon 2016 in Seattle, WA is just over two weeks away! We’re down to the last tickets and we will sell out this week – make sure to register today if you want to attend. If you can’t make it to DockerCon this year, there are plenty of fantastic events in Docker communities near you to attend! Take a look at the agenda below and make sure to check out an official Docker training or Docker meetup in your local community.

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.

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.

Karen Bajza

Your Docker Agenda for May

In the month of May, there are plenty of fantastic events happening all over the world. Take a look at the agenda and make sure to check out a Docker meetup in your community!