CoreOS Donating rkt to CNCF

2017-03-22T15:39:49+00:00

CoreOS recently announced their intention to donate rkt – the CoreOS “core container runtime package” – to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). This just hours after Docker Inc. announced their intention to donate containerd – their open source core container runtime package – to the CNCF. The New Stack called CoreOS’s move potentially “confusing,” [...]

CoreOS Donating rkt to CNCF 2017-03-22T15:39:49+00:00

TL;DR – Recent Container News (2/3/17–3/10/17)

2017-03-13T18:21:39+00:00

The biggest container news of the past few weeks has been the announcements of Docker Enterprise Edition and the Docker Certification Program. We've given both stories their own blog posts (follow the links to read more). Apart from Docker announcements, we've seen news and analysis as a result of the AWS outage, plus new projects [...]

TL;DR – Recent Container News (2/3/17–3/10/17) 2017-03-13T18:21:39+00:00

3 Things to Know About the Docker Certification Program

2017-03-13T17:58:19+00:00

Docker's fourth birthday is tomorrow, and the platform is celebrating in a big way. The blue whale has gone mainstream, with an Enterprise Edition, “optimized for business critical deployments,” and a Docker Certification Program providing assurance and support for third party technology. It's clear: Docker's not just for Linux hackers anymore. It's ready for a, [...]

3 Things to Know About the Docker Certification Program 2017-03-13T17:58:19+00:00

Docker Enterprise Edition Announced

2017-03-13T17:44:11+00:00

On March 2, 2017, Docker Inc. announced the release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), a version of the Docker platform, “optimized for business critical deployments,” according to Docker. This is a re-branding and expansion of Docker's Commercially Supported (CS) edition, and brings with it a new version numbering system, new release schedules, and a new [...]

Docker Enterprise Edition Announced 2017-03-13T17:44:11+00:00

Kubernetes Networking Hacks — Tutorial By Yaron Haviv

2017-03-06T10:49:07+00:00

Yaron Haviv, CTO and founder of Iguazio, recently shared "A Hacker's Guide to Kubernetes Networking" via The New Stack. The guide provides an overview of Kubernetes and the Container Networking Interface, plus some tricks and workarounds for seeing, debugging, managing and configuring "POD networking from the host." As Haviv writes, container networking projects "still require [...]

Kubernetes Networking Hacks — Tutorial By Yaron Haviv 2017-03-06T10:49:07+00:00