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New tracks and speakers added to DockerCon 2018 Agenda

From beginner to experts, DockerCon brings together the container community to talk aboutDocker best practices, Kubernetes, Traditional App Modernization, Container Security, Serverless, Service Meshes and more. Learn More.



Scalable, Flexible Networking Included in Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0

Docker believes in making technology easy to use and accessible and that approach also extends to our enterprise-ready container platform. That means providing out-of-the-box integrations to key extensions of the platform that enterprise organizations require, but also making it possible to swap these built-in solutions with other tools as desired.  DockerEnterprise Edition 2.0 , integrates Kubernetes to our platform and delivers the only Kubernetes platform that can be deployed across multiple clouds and multiple operating systems. As part of this release, we have included Project Calico by Tigera as the “batteries included” Kubernetes CNI plug-in for a highly scalable, industry-leading networking and routing solution. Learn More. 



Interview with Michael Crosby, The OCI Technical Oversight Board Chairman

Last month the Linux Foundation announced the 2018 Open Container Initiative (OCI) election results of the Technical Oversight Board (TOB). Members of the TOB then voted to elect our very own Michael Crosby as the new Chairman. The result of the election should not come as a surprise to anyone in the community given Michael’s extensive contributions to the container ecosystem.  In the interview, we take a closer look at Michael’s contributions to OCI, his vision for the future and how this benefits all Docker users. Learn More



Docker Enterprise Edition Certified as Kubernetes Conformant

Yesterday, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®) announced that DockerEnterprise Edition (Docker EE) passed the Certified Kubernetes™ conformance program. Based on the upcoming release of Docker EE that was demonstrated onstage at DockerCon Europe, this certification guarantees that all Kubernetes APIs function as specified to deliver a consistent and portable Kubernetes experience within Docker EE. 

In addition to a fully-conformant, unmodified  Kubernetes experience, users of Docker EE will also have access to the advanced capabilities of the Docker platform including simple and powerful clustering, a secure end-to-end supply chain, and validation to run on all major Linux distributions, Windows, IBM mainframe, and several leading public clouds. By integrating Kubernetes into Docker EE, we simplify and advance the management of Kubernetes for enterprise IT. Learn More.

Featured posts 

Simplifying Server Management & Insight Log Analytics using Docker containers by Ajeet Raina [Docker Captain] 

Going Docker and Swarm Production Like a Pro  by  Bret Fisher  [Docker Captain]

Blacksburg Open Source Dev Conf - Collaborating with Docker by Mike Irwin [DockerCaptain]

Docker Tip #51: Which Docker Compose API Version Should You Use? by Nick Janetakis [Docker Captain]
 

The Modern Operating System in 2018 by Justin Cormack

Docker EE 2.0 is here: No Lock-In; More Security by Gabriela Motroc

Docker 2.0 Comes With Kubernetes As A First-Class Citizen by Swapnil Bhartiya



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