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DockerCon Europe 2017 Highlights

Last week at DockerCon Europe 2017, we announced that the Docker platform is integrating support for Kubernetes so that Docker customers and developers have the option to use both Kubernetes and Swarm to orchestrate container workloads. Register for beta accessand check out the detailed blog posts to learn how we’re bringing Kubernetes to:

You can watch the video recording and slides of the day 1 keynote here 

We also announced an expanded partnership with IBM to address the growing demand for the Modernize Traditional Applications (MTA) program. The Docker MTA program enables IT organizations to modernize legacy applications using Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) for application management in addition to one of Docker’s MTA partners for  for hybrid cloud infrastructure and professional services. Customers who have participated in the MTA program have realized the portability, agility and security benefits of the platform and a savings of more than 50 percent of their total cost of ownership (TCO). Through this expanded partnership, Docker and IBM will be able to take a broader range of enterprise customers through the modernization journey with a fast and efficient process for transforming their legacy applications on a modern cloud architecture.

You can also watch the video 
recording & slides of the day 2 keynote here

All breakout videos are now available online! A big thanks to all our awesome speakers for working hard on the content of their sessions. All the videos are published on the Docker Website, the slides available from the Docker Slideshare account and photos soon uploaded to a DockerCon EU 2017 album on facebook.

What is Notary and why is it important to CNCF?

As you may have heard, the Notary project has been invited to join the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Much like its real world namesake, Notary is a platform for establishing trust over pieces of content.

The Notary project, initially sponsored by Docker, is designed to provide high levels of trust over digital content using strong cryptographic signatures. In addition to ensuring the provenance of the software, it also provides guarantees that the content is not modified without approval of the author anywhere in the supply chain.  This then allows higher level systems like Docker Enterprise Edition (EE)  with Docker Content Trust (which uses Notary) to establish clear policy on the usage of content. Learn More


Docker Captains' Corner


Articles, Blogs, Tutorials, Slides and Videos

Intro to Docker, from Dev to Prod + a Practical Guide to Prometheus [video] by Ilya Dmitrichenko

Preventing race conditions in Docker by Med Labouardy

Analyzing Docker container performance with native tools by Crate.io

A Brief Intro to Docker for Djangonauts by Revolution Systems

Docker for data science, building a simple jupyter container by Kostis Tsaprailis

Leverage Spot Instances With Docker Swarm by Aviv Shukron

Docker: a post to my past self by Romain Mathonat

containerd Deep Dive: Intro to containerd by Brian Goff

A reusable Makefile to build and release Docker images by Mark van Holsteijn

IBM + Docker: Rich History, Exciting Future by Jason McGee

Deploying PHP Apps with Docker by Cloudways

Managing Multiple Microservices with Traefik in Docker Swarm by Brandon Mitchell