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Introducing The Cloud Native Computing Foundation

2015-07-27T02:08:55+00:00

AT&T, Box, Cisco, Cloud Foundry, CoreOS, Cycle Computing, Docker, eBay, Goldman Sachs, Google, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Joyent, Kismatic, Mesosphere, Red Hat, Switch, Twitter, Univa, VMware, and Weaveworks came together recently and established the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, an organization that seeks to improve the overall developer experience, paving the way for faster code reuse, improved [...]

Introducing The Cloud Native Computing Foundation 2015-07-27T02:08:55+00:00

Docker in DevOps – Part 3

2015-07-17T20:51:09+00:00

The final part of this three part of the major principles of DevOps explores the final aspect, continuous experimentation and learning, which ties the first two principles together in an infinite loop of cooperation and improvement. To read more click on the link below to go the full article. DOCKER AND THE THREE WAYS OF [...]

Docker in DevOps – Part 3 2015-07-17T20:51:09+00:00

DockerCon 2015 Keynote – What’s Next For Docker?

2015-07-17T20:40:32+00:00

The ending note of DockerCon 2015, the keynote "What's Next for Docker?", has been made available by Docker. Included in this is the challenge to see how many containers can be spun up on a single Raspberry Pi, with the grand prize being a DockerCon Europe ticket and a speaking / demo slot during the [...]

DockerCon 2015 Keynote – What’s Next For Docker? 2015-07-17T20:40:32+00:00

Sysdig Raises $10.7M

2015-07-17T20:34:25+00:00

Sysdig, the 2013 California startup that focuses on monitoring the performance of Linux containers, has recently announced that they have raised another $10.7M in funding, bringing their total raised to $13M. If you would like to learn more about Sysdig then click on the link below. Sysdig, a container monitoring startup, raises $10.7M

Sysdig Raises $10.7M 2015-07-17T20:34:25+00:00

Docker Contributor Summit – Recap

2015-07-17T18:42:39+00:00

The day after DockerCon 2015 was the day that the first ever Docker Contributor Summit was held. During this summit some of the most active contributors gathered together to discuss things such as universal specification and the scaling of Docker project management. TO read the full recap of the meeting click on the link below [...]

Docker Contributor Summit – Recap 2015-07-17T18:42:39+00:00

DockerCon 2015 Hackathon Highlights

2015-07-09T01:59:44+00:00

The Hackathon for DockerCon 2015 is over and gone, but don't fret if you were unable to make it to the event! Docker has posted some of the highlights of the event, including the top 3 projects, a list and description of all projects, and the winners of the Street Fighter Tournament. To view all [...]

DockerCon 2015 Hackathon Highlights 2015-07-09T01:59:44+00:00

RunC Has Been Introduced

2015-07-09T01:54:16+00:00

Docker has recently introduced runC, a lightweight, portable container runtime. This is a move to separate the supportive plumbing of Docker from the rest of Docker so that the two part can be tweaked and re-used independently. To learn more about runC follow the link below to the official Docker announcement. INTRODUCING RUNC: A LIGHTWEIGHT [...]

RunC Has Been Introduced 2015-07-09T01:54:16+00:00

The Open Container Project

2015-07-09T01:48:05+00:00

Recently the foundation of the Open Container Project was announced, a non-profit and openly governed project with the goal of defining common specifications around container format and runtime. There are initially over twenty major participants, including such giants as Google, Microsoft, and Amazon Web Services. IF you are interested in learning more about this new [...]

The Open Container Project 2015-07-09T01:48:05+00:00