A Chat With Docker’s New Community Manager
1 day ago, docker

Community is a backbone of all sustainable open source projects and so at Docker, we’re particularly thrilled to announce that William Quiviger has joined the team as our new Head of Community.  William is a seasoned community manager based in Paris, having worked with open source communities for the past 15 years for a wide […] The post A Chat With Docker’s New Community Manager appeared first on Docker Blog....

Check out the Azure CLI experience now available in Desktop Stable
2 days ago, docker

Back in May we announced the partnership between Docker and Microsoft to make it easier to deploy containerized applications from the Desktop to the cloud with Azure Container Instances (ACI). Then in June we were able to share the first version of this as part of a Desktop Edge release, this allowed users to use […] The post Check out the Azure CLI experience now available in Desktop Stable appeared first on Docker Blog....

ICYMI: From Docker Straight to AWS Built-in
3 days ago, docker

In July we announced a new strategic partnership with Amazon to integrate the Docker experience you already know and love with Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) with AWS Fargate. Over the last couple of months we have worked with the community on the beta experience in Docker Desktop Edge. Today we are excited to bring […] The post ICYMI: From Docker Straight to AWS Built-in appeared first on Docker Blog....

Secure from the Start: Shift Vulnerability Scanning Left in Docker Desktop
3 days ago, docker

Application delivery velocity can be tripped up when security vulnerabilities are discovered after an app is deployed into production. Nothing is more detrimental to shipping new features to customers than having to go back and address vulnerabilities discovered in an app or image you already released. At Docker, we believe the best way to balance […] The post Secure from the Start: Shift Vulnerability Scanning Left in Docker Desktop appeared first on Docker Blog....

Getting Started with Docker Using Node – Part II
1 week ago, docker

In part I of this series, we learned about creating Docker images using a Dockerfile, tagging our images and managing images. Next we took a look at running containers, publishing ports, and running containers in detached mode. We then learned about managing containers by starting, stopping and restarting them. We also looked at naming our […] The post Getting Started with Docker Using Node – Part II appeared first on Docker Blog....

Getting Started with Docker Using Node.js(Part I)
2 weeks ago, docker

A step-by-step guide to help you get started using Docker containers with your Node.js apps. Prerequisites To complete this tutorial, you will need the following: Free Docker Account  You can sign-up for a free Docker account and receive free unlimited public repositories Docker running locally Instructions to download and install Docker Node.js version 12.18 or […] The post Getting Started with Docker Using Node.js(Part I) appeared first on Docker Blog....

Docker Support for the New GitHub Container Registry
2 weeks ago, docker

Found at ghrc.io, the new GitHub registry adds support for anonymous pulls and decouples git repositories permissions from container registry’s permissions. This allows projects to have private git repositories with a public container registry or vice versa. Other features like OCI compliance, Helm charts, and support for GITHUB_TOKEN are expected later.  Docker and GitHub continue […] The post Docker Support for the New GitHub Container Registry appeared first on Docker Blog....

Scaling Docker to Serve Millions More Developers: Network Egress
3 weeks ago, docker

In Part 1 of this blog we went into a deep dive that analyzed all of the images stored in Docker Hub, the world’s largest container registry. We did this to give you a better understanding of how our new Terms of Service updates will impact development teams who use Docker Hub to manage their […] The post Scaling Docker to Serve Millions More Developers: Network Egress appeared first on Docker Blog....

Scaling Docker’s Business to Serve Millions More Developers: Storage
3 weeks ago, docker

At Docker, our mission is to enable developers worldwide to quickly bring their ideas to life by reducing the complexity of application development. While over 6.5 million registered Docker developers are enjoying the benefits of Docker today, we want to scale Docker’s business to the tens of millions of developers who are just discovering Docker. […] The post Scaling Docker’s Business to Serve Millions More Developers: Storage appeared first on Docker Blog....

Docker Desktop & WSL 2 – Backport Update
4 weeks ago, docker

While we have continued to make improvements to our Windows experience on Docker Desktop for users of HyperV, we are excited to see that Microsoft has announced the backport of WSL 2 to Windows version 1903 and 1909. This means that as of today, Docker Desktop Edge users will be able to use Docker Desktop […] The post Docker Desktop & WSL 2 – Backport Update appeared first on Docker Blog....

Deploying a Minecraft Docker Server to the cloud
1 month ago, docker

One of the simplest examples that people have used over the years of demoing Docker is quickly standing up and running a Minecraft server. This shows the power of using Docker and has a pretty practical application! Recently I wanted to set up a server but I wanted to persist one and as I have […] The post Deploying a Minecraft Docker Server to the cloud appeared first on Docker Blog....

How To Use the Official NGINX Docker Image
1 month ago, docker

NGINX is one of the most popular web servers in the world. Not only is NGINX a fast and reliable static web server, it is also used by a ton of developers as a reverse-proxy that sits in front of their APIs.  In this tutorial we will take a look at the NGINX Official Docker […] The post How To Use the Official NGINX Docker Image appeared first on Docker Blog....

Docker Hub Incident Review – 5 July 2020
1 month ago, docker

Background This is Docker’s first time publishing an incident report publicly. While we have always done detailed post mortems on incidents internally, as part of the changing culture at Docker, we want to be more open externally as well. For example, this year we have started publishing our roadmap publicly and asking our users for […] The post Docker Hub Incident Review – 5 July 2020 appeared first on Docker Blog....

Deploying WordPress to the Cloud
1 month ago, docker

I was curious the other day how hard it would be to actually set up my own blog or rather I was more interested in how easy it is now to do this with containers. There are plenty of platforms that host blogs for you but is it really now as easy to just run […] The post Deploying WordPress to the Cloud appeared first on Docker Blog....

Docker’s sessions at KubeCon 2020
1 month ago, docker

In a few weeks, August 17-20, lots of us at Docker in Europe were looking forward to hopping on the train down to Amsterdam for KubeCon CloudNativeCon Europe. But like every other event since March, this one is virtual so we will all be at home joining remotely. Most of the sessions are pre recorded […] The post Docker’s sessions at KubeCon 2020 appeared first on Docker Blog....

Docker Talks Live Stream Monthly Recap
1 month ago, docker

Here at Docker, we have a deep love for developers and with more and more of the community working remotely, we thought it would be a great time to start live streaming and connecting with the community virtually.  To that end, Chad Metcalf (@metcalfc) and I (@pmckee) have started to live stream every Wednesday at […] The post Docker Talks Live Stream Monthly Recap appeared first on Docker Blog....

How To Setup Your Local Node.js Development Environment Using Docker – Part 2
1 month ago, docker

In part I of this series, we took a look at creating Docker images and running Containers for Node.js applications. We also took a look at setting up a database in a container and how volumes and network play a part in setting up your local development environment. In this article we’ll take a look […] The post How To Setup Your Local Node.js Development Environment Using Docker – Part 2 appeared first on Docker Blog....

Docker Index: Dramatic Growth in Docker Usage Affirms the Continued Rising Power of Developers
1 month ago, docker

Developers have always been an integral part of business innovation and transformation. With the massive increase in Docker usage, we can see the continued rising importance of developers as they create the next generation of cloud native applications.  You may recall in February we introduced the Docker Index, which gives a snapshot and analysis of […] The post Docker Index: Dramatic Growth in Docker Usage Affirms the Continued Rising Power of Developers appeared first on Docker Blog....

Containerized Python Development – Part 3
1 month ago, docker

This is the last part in the series of blog posts showing how to set up and optimize a containerized Python development environment. The first part covered how to containerize a Python service and the best development practices for it. The second part showed how to easily set up different components that our Python application […] The post Containerized Python Development – Part 3 appeared first on Docker Blog....

Multi-arch build, what about GitLab CI?
1 month ago, docker

Following the previous article where we saw how to build multi arch images using GitHub Actions, we will now show how to do the same thing using another CI. In this article, we’ll show how to use GitLab CI, which is part of the GitLab. To start building your image with GitLab CI, you will […] The post Multi-arch build, what about GitLab CI? appeared first on Docker Blog....

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