DockerCon 2018 General Session Highlights
And....that's a wrap, #DockerCon! Thanks to everyone who came, from near and far, and shoutout to all of our amazing speakers, volunteers and team members who worked hard to make this event a success. We couldn't have done it without you!
In case you missed the livestream, the recordings of the general sessions are available below:
Introducing an easier way to design Applications in Docker Desktop
During the DockerCon keynote we previewed an upcoming Docker Desktop feature that will make it easier than ever to design your own container-based applications. For a certain set of developers, the current iteration of Docker Desktop has everything one might need to containerize an applications, but it does require an understanding of the Dockerfile and Compose file specifications in order to get started and the Docker CLI to build and run your applications. Learn More.
Extending Kubernetes to Windows Server with Docker Enterprise Edition
Docker and Microsoft have been working together since 2014 to bring containers to Windows and .NET applications. At DockerCon, we shared the next step in this partnership with the preview and demonstration of Kubernetes on Windows Server with Docker Enterprise Edition. Learn more
Federated Application Management in Docker Enterprise Edition
On Wednesday, June 13th at DockerCon, we demonstrated new application management capabilities for Docker Enterprise Edition that will allow organizations to federate applications across Docker Enterprise Edition environments deployed on-premises and in the cloud as well as across cloud-hosted Kubernetes. This includes Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), AWS Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). Learn more