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Docker Releases Enterprise Edition 2.0 This past week’s big news: Docker announced the release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) 2.0. This latest release will provide full commercial Kubernetes support for the first time. Follow the link for our complete coverage. Release Management 101 A recent article in The New Stack describes the role of the [...]
Yesterday, Docker announced the release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) 2.0, providing full commercial Kubernetes support for the first time, according to eWeek. Docker EE 2.0 integrates features that were previously part of Docker Community Edition, “as well as enhanced enterprise grade capabilities.” This latest release will provide a “secured configuration of Kubernetes for container [...]
Defining "Microservices" (and 3 Things You Can Do to Get Started) A recent article in The New Stack provides a 101 overview of microservices and three tips you can use to get started. Among them: "implement build pipelines," "engineered deployments," and "reduce works in progress." This article is part of a series around microservices, APIs, [...]
Walkthrough: Rancher Docker Container Manager on Ubuntu TechRepublic has shared a walkthrough for installing Rancher’s Docker Container Manager on Ubuntu. The walkthrough covers basic requirements for the project as well as a step-by-step for installing, deploying a container, and making final configuration tweaks. Check it out at the link. 6 Novel Ways Containers Can Solve [...]
Solomon Hykes Leaves Docker In the biggest story of this past week, Solomon Hykes -- Docker founder and former CTO -- has announced his departure from Docker, Inc. He will remain a major shareholder and active board member, but will be helping Docker find a new CTO to replace him. Kubernetes 1.10 Release Kubernetes reached [...]
Solomon Hykes, the founder and former CTO of Docker, Inc., today announced his departure from the company. According to his Docker blog post, Hykes is leaving to make room for a CTO with more experience, "shipping and supporting software for the largest companies in the world." Hykes calls the departure "bittersweet," but emphasizes how "incredibly [...]
Our partner Lenovo is offering a “DevOps with OpenShift Solution,” as part of their larger portfolio around DevOps. This is an enterprise-grade solution, with “purpose-built” modular hardware and a container-based software platform (to better enable end-to-end software delivery). According to Lenovo’s Joel Artzt, the company’s Data Center team has been speaking to “many customers seeking [...]
Best Practices for Docker Security In a recent study by the CNCF, 43% of respondents listed "security" as the biggest obstacle to container adoption. With that in mind, The New Stack has shared "five Docker security best practices." The article covers patching the host OS, Docker runtime security, image authenticity, resource utilization / noisy neighbor [...]
Hear ye, hear ye. InfoSiftr is looking for a Linux sys admin / sys engineer to join our Las Vegas team. Here are the requirements: Linux systems experience Some Docker experience An understanding of Docker under the hood (preferred) Good customer service demeanor -- able to handle criticism and respond to requests politely This is [...]