May 26, 2017

What’s Next for Docker Inc.?

May 19, 2017 0 254

Docker has evolved in little more than four years from a half-baked technology that only geeks could love to a complete platform that attracts millions of dollars in investment. And that begs the question: What’s next for ...

Coming to Terms with Container Security

May 8, 2017 0 373

When it comes to emerging technologies of almost any kind, there’s a natural amount of fear and loathing involving IT security. In almost every case, security is cited as the No. 1 barrier to adoption. Regardless of ...

What Does LinuxKit Mean for Native Docker on Windows?

May 2, 2017 0 492

Thanks to LinuxKit, Docker containers now can run anywhere. Does that mean native Windows containers are now stillborn? It’s possible. Docker announced LinuxKit, is a tool set for building a Linux subsystem, at DockerCon 2017 in April. ...

What’s Old Is New Again (and Better): Understanding LinuxKit

Apr 26, 2017 0 595

LinuxKit, Docker’s latest open-source project, promises to enable you to run Docker containers wherever you want—on Linux, on Windows, on AWS or, if you feel like it, on your IoT-connected TV. But behind this huge innovation are ...

Why the Docker Ecosystem Is Starting to Feel Boring

Apr 25, 2017 0 453

DockerCon 2017 has come and gone. What did it tell us about the current state of Docker, Docker containers and the ecosystem? Keep reading for an overview. First of all, this year’s DockerCon provided an indication of ...