CIS Docker Security Guidance Plus Halo Helps DevOps Shops Harden Docker Implementations

CIS Docker Security Guidance Plus Halo Helps DevOps Shops Harden Docker Implementations

As of April 29th of this year, the Center for Internet Security (CIS) has released its Docker v1.6 Benchmark v1.0, a security guidance for industry professionals seeking to secure their Docker v1.6 ...
| | cloudpassage, docker, halo
Optimizing Your Container Environment: Solutions for Healthy Containers

Optimizing Your Container Environment: Solutions for Healthy Containers

As dev teams keep on flocking to container-based environments like Docker, ops need to have full visibility into both testing and production. With the popularity of Docker on a steep rise — ...
| | docker, optimization
Containers and the Search for the “Killer App”

Containers and the Search for the “Killer App”

VisiCalc for early PCs. E-mail for the Internet. SMS for mobile. Every major tech platform we’ve seen has had the benefit of a “killer application” that transformed it from “toy” or “cool ...
| | docker, mobile app
Shippable SaaS - How Docker is Reshaping the way we Buy and Consume Software

Shippable SaaS – How Docker is Reshaping the way we Buy and Consume Software

One could say that we are living in the Golden Age of Software – specifically Software-as-a-Service.  As a business or consumer today, you have a nearly endless supply of software solutions ready ...
| | CaaS, docker, SaaS, software
Suse Linux supports Docker

Suse Linux supports Docker

There has been much written about CoreOS support for Docker. Red Hat is one of the leading contributors of Docker code.  However, there is another major Linux distro that has added extensive ...
| | Portus, SLES, YaST
Google Kubernetes v1.0 released - it just got real

Google Kubernetes v1.0 released – it just got real

Today the good folks at Google Cloud Platform announced the release of Kubernetes v1.0. While acknowledging that there is still much work to be done, this milestone means Kubernetes is ready for ...
| | cncf, container, coreos, docker, google
CoreOS Tectonic takes another step forward with Kubernetes 1.0 release

CoreOS Tectonic takes another step forward with Kubernetes 1.0 release

CoreOS announced today that they had released Tectonic Preview in conjunction with the release of Kubernetes 1.0.  Tectonic Preview is the next step in moving Tectonic to general release. Previously it was ...
| | cncf, docker, kubernetes, rkt
Migrating to a Container based Microservice architecture

Migrating to a Container based Microservice architecture

One of the things we hear over and over again about DevOps, Containers and Microservices is “Sounds great, but how do we get started?” You don’t just add water and watch it ...
3 reasons Microsoft should just buy Docker

3 reasons Microsoft should just buy Docker

Microsoft is no Apple, but it does have nearly $100 billion in cash lying around. There have been rumors that Docker could be available at the right price, and Microsoft has both ...
Webinar: Introducing CloudBees Jenkins Platform – your foundation for DevOps and CD with Docker Containers

Webinar: Introducing CloudBees Jenkins Platform – your foundation for DevOps and CD with Docker Containers

Continuous delivery (CD) of applications is rapidly becoming a differentiator in this application economy. CloudBees, the enterprise Jenkins company, recently announced the availability of the CloudBees Jenkins Platform to help organizations adopt ...