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Docker for Mac with Kubernetes

You heard about it at DockerCon Europe and now it is here: we are proud to announce that Docker for Mac with beta Kubernetes support is now publicly available as part of the Edge release channel. We hope you are as excited as we are! With this release you can now run a single node Kubernetes cluster right on your Mac and use both kubectl commands and docker commands to control your containers. First, a few things to keep in mind: Docker for Mac required Kubernetes features are only accessible on macOS for now; Docker for Windows and Docker Enterprise Edition betas will follow at a later date. If you need to install a new copy of Docker for Mac you can download it from the Docker Store.  Learn more 



Using Your Own Private Registry with Docker Enterprise Edition

One of the things that makes Docker really cool, particularly compared to using virtual machines, is how easy it is to move around Docker images. If you’ve already been using Docker, you’ve almost certainly pulled images from  Docker Hub. Docker Hub is Docker’s cloud-based registry service and has tens of thousands of Docker images to choose from. If you’re developing your own software and creating your own Docker images though, you’ll want your own private Docker registry. This is particularly true if you have images with proprietary licenses, or if you have a complex continuous integration (CI) process for your build system. Learn more 


5 Tips to Learn Docker in 2018 

As the holiday season ends, many of us are making New Year’s resolutions for 2018. Now is a great time to think about the new skills or technologies you’d like to learn. So much can change each year as technology progresses and companies are looking to innovate or modernize their legacy applications or infrastructure. At the same time the market for Docker jobs continues to grow as companies such as  Visa MetLife and  Splunk adopt Docker Enterprise Edition ( EE) in production. So how about learning Docker in 2018 ? Here are a few tips to help you along the way. Learn more 





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Articles, Blogs, Tutorials, Slides and Videos

Dockerizing your Angular Development Environment by Antti Havanko

Install SQL Server 2017 in Docker by Bhargav Shah

Containerd to Drive Expansion of Container Ecosystem in 2018 by Mike Vizard

Exploring the .NET Core Docker files: dotnet vs aspnetcore vs aspnetcore-build by Andrew Lock

Monitoring Your Home Network with InfluxDB on Raspberry Pi with Docker by Pete Shima

Containerizing my NSM stack - Docker, Suricata and ELK by Riot Gradius

Secure Your Container Data with Ephemeral Docker Volumes
 by Chris Binnie

Docker Series - Moving past one container by Nolan Grace

Improving Your Data Science Workflow with Docker by Rob Harrigan

Building You First Node App Using Docker by Karl Hughes

Truly Immutable Deployments with Docker or Kubernetes by Lucas van Lierop

Docker for Mac with Kubernetes and OpenFaas by Pav Jimanov

Integrate SQL Server 2017 Linux with ASP.NET Core Using Docker by Nilesh Gule

Tutorial: Getting Started with Kubernets with Docker on Mac by Romin Irani

A Docker Guide for Java by Hakan Ozler

Using Containers to Reduce Your Exposure to Meltdown and Spectre by Brandon Mitchell

Docker + Kubernetes - Media Glasses by Russ McKendrick

Web Relay Ingress with Docker for Mac by Karolis Rusenas

Start Using Docker for Data Science Model Development by Henri van den Bulk