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An Update on the Docker FIPS 140-2 Compliance Initiative

Last year, we announced our pursuit of FIPS 140-2 validation of the Docker Enterprise container platform. This meant starting with the included cryptography components at the Docker Engine foundation to better address the rigorous security requirements of government agencies and others in regulated industries. Over the lastRead More »

community-content, Engine, Orchestration, container platform, Docker engine, docker enterprise, Federal Compliance, FIPS

August 15, 2018, by Andrew Weiss

Proactive Ops for Container Orchestration Environments: Monitoring and Logging Strategies with Docker Enterprise

Over the last decade, the popularity of microservices and highly-scalable systems has increased, leading to an overall increase in the complexity of applications that are now distributed heavily across the network with many moving pieces and potential failure modes. This architectural evolution has changed the monitoring requirementsRead More »

community-content, DockerCon, Engineering, Orchestration, container orchestration, container platform, docker enterprise, microservices, Proactive Ops

August 14, 2018, by John Harris

Docker SF Chapter Meetup: BuildKit and Container Orchestration

Last week, we had a great turnout for the Docker San Francisco chapter event at HQ! The meetup was focused on two of the most popular talks from DockerCon on BuildKit and container orchestration with Kubernetes and Docker Swarm. The purpose was to give people who couldn’t attend these talks a chance to hear to hear them live,Read More »

community-content, DockerCon, Events, Meetups, BuildKit, container orchestration, meetups, San Francisco

August 1, 2018, by Lisa McNicol

How BCG Gamma is Transforming Analytics with Docker

Changing the culture and service offerings of a big consulting firm isn’t easy, but BCG has been on that path for the past five years. BCG has evolved from traditional consulting services into a digital transformation powerhouse with six divisions that deliver strategic and technical services to clients. One of those divisions,Read More »

community-content, Docker, Security, containers, docker enterprise, infrastructure

July 26, 2018, by David Friedlander

Kubernetes is Now Available In Docker Desktop Stable Channel

Back in January we made Kubernetes available in our Edge release channels for Docker Desktop on macOS and on Windows. Today we’re excited to announce that Kubernetes orchestration has graduated to the Stable release channels for Docker Desktop! Docker Desktop is the fastest and simplest way to get a Kubernetes cluster runningRead More »

Docker, Releases, desktop, Docker for Desktops, docker for mac, docker for windows, docker release

July 25, 2018, by Jim Armstrong

How to Get Your Apps off Windows 2003 and Into the Cloud with Docker Enterprise

  A huge number of companies are still running apps on Windows Server 2003 and 2008 in the data center. They want to move to a modern, secure, supported platform which gives them the flexibility to run in the data center today – and in any cloud tomorrow. Docker gives them that flexibility, and you can move your appsRead More »

community-content, ASP, ASP .NET, Azure, docker enterprise, Docker Enterprise Edition, Docker Windows Containers, Windows 2003, Windows containers

July 24, 2018, by Elton Stoneman

Introducing Docker Application Guides

In April of 2017 we announced the Modernize Traditional Applications (MTA) program at Docker. The goal of MTA is to take the vast back catalogs of existing applications that are running in enterprise organizations today, and bring them to a modern container platform, without requiring extensive rewrites or refactoring. I’mRead More »

community-content, Education, Orchestration, Releases, Docker Applications, docker enterprise, Docker orchestration, docker swarm, docker-desktop, Kubernetes

July 20, 2018, by Jim Armstrong

Extending Support Cycle for Docker Community Edition

We’re excited to share the release of Docker 18.06 Community Edition (CE) and also share some changes that will be implemented in the next release. Based on feedback we’ve been hearing from the community, we are implementing some changes to deliver higher quality Community Edition (CE) releases, while also providing fasterRead More »

community-content, Engine, Releases, CE, docker, Docker 18.06 CE, Docker Community Edition, engine

July 18, 2018, by Sebastiaan Van Stijn

Making Application Collaboration Easier with Docker Application Packages

In the first blog post about the experimental Docker Application Packages, Gareth showed how our new open-source docker-app can be used to augment Compose files by adding metadata and separate settings. Now that you know how to create an Application Package, how do you share it? Using a Docker registry solution like DockerRead More »

community-content, Docker, Docker Hub, Education, Networking, Compose, Docker Applications, docker hub, metadata

July 17, 2018, by Chris Crone

Cool Hacks Spotlight: DART

Docker container platforms  are being used to support mission-critical efforts all over the world. The Planetary Defense Coordination Office out of NASA is using Docker’s platform to support a critical mission that could potentially affect everyone on the planet! The office is responsible for tracking near-earth asteroids,Read More »

community-content, Docker, DockerCon, Events, Security, Cool Hacks, docker, flight software, open source, testbed container, testbed software

July 10, 2018, by Christine Lovett

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