Luc Juggery

Docker Application eases the packaging and the distribution of a Docker Compose application. The TICK stack – Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf, and Kapacitor – is a good candidate to illustrate how this actually works. In this blog, I’ll show you how to deploy the TICK stack as a Docker App. About the TICK Stack This application stack is mainly used to handle time-series data. That makes it a great choice for IoT projects, where devices send data (temperature, weather indicators, water level, etc.) on a regular basis. Its name comes from its components: – Telegraf – InfluxDB – Chronograf – Kapacitor…

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Robert Duffner

On November 25, 2019, AWS announced the release of AWS IoT Greengrass 1.10 allowing developers to package applications into Docker container images and deploy these to edge devices. Deploying and running Docker containers on AWS IoT Greengrass devices enables application portability across development environments, edge locations, and the cloud. Docker images can easily be stored in Docker Hub, private container registries, or with Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR). Docker is committed to working with cloud service provider partners such as AWS who offer Docker-compatible on-demand container infrastructure services for both individual containers as well as multi-container apps. To make…

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Jenny Burcio

In honor of Black Friday, America’s favorite shopping holiday, we’ve rounded up the best deals on Docker + Kubernetes learning materials from Docker Captains. Docker Captain is a distinction that Docker awards to select members of the community that are both experts in their field and are committed to sharing their Docker knowledge with others.  Books: Learn Docker in a Month of Lunches, Elton Stoneman (Save 40% with the code webdoc40). Docker in Action Second Edition (2019), Jeff Nickeloff (Save 50% with the code tsdocker). Manning publications is also offering half off when you spend $50 this week. Nigel Poulton’s…

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Scott Johnston

Today we start the next chapter in the Docker story, one that’s focused on developers. That we have the opportunity to write this next chapter is thanks to you, our community, for without you we wouldn’t be here. And while our focus on developers builds on recent history, it’s a focus also grounded in Docker’s beginning. In The Beginning When Solomon Hykes, Docker’s founder, unveiled the Docker project in 2013, he succinctly stated the problem Docker aimed to solve as, “for a developer, shipping code to the server is hard.” To address, Docker abstracted out OS kernels’ complex container primitives,…

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Angelic Ezekiel Liberman

On Veterans Day, and every day, we give thanks to our veterans. We are fortunate to have Brent Salisbury, Siobhan Casey, and Johnny Gonzalez, as Docker colleagues who were in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, the United States Army Reserve, and the United States Marine Corps. Thank you all for your service, hard work, and dedication. As a thank you for their service, we’re profiling them on our blog.

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John Kreisa

This is the first of a series of blogs where we will look at industry viewpoints, different approaches, underlying platforms and real-world stories that are foundational to successful modern application development in order to provide a roadmap for application modernization.

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Alex Iankoulski

In this blog, Docker Captain Alex Iankoulski shows you how to use Docker Desktop for Mac or Windows to run Kubeflow natively.

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David Friedlander

Liberty Mutual has moved about 30 percent of their applications to the cloud. We had the chance recently to sit down with the Liberty Mutual Insurance team at their Portsmouth, New Hampshire offices and talk about how they deliver better business outcomes with the cloud and containerization.

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