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Docker Blog

Tech Preview: Docker Dev Environments

A couple of weeks ago at DockerCon we showed off a new feature that we are building - Docker Dev Environments. Today we are excited to announce the release of the Technical Preview of Dev Environment...

DockerCon LIVE 2021 Recapped: Top 5 Sessions

You came, you participated, you learned. You helped us pull off another DockerCon — and, my fellow developers, it was good. How good? About 80,000 folks registered for the May 27 virtual event —...

Bringing “docker scan” to Linux

At the end of last year we launched vulnerability scanning options as part of the Docker platform. We worked together with our partner Snyk to include security testing options along multiple points of...

Volume Management, Compose v2, Skipping Updates, and more in Docker Desktop 3.4

We are excited to announce the release of Docker Desktop 3.4. This release includes several improvements to Docker Desktop, including our new Volume Management interface, the Compose v2 roll-out,...

Changes to Docker Hub Autobuilds

As many of you are aware, it has been a difficult period for companies offering free cloud compute [1]. Unfortunately, Docker’s Autobuild service has been targeted by the same bad actors, so today...

DockerCon Live 2021: A Look Back at What’s New

Nearly 80,000 participants registered for DockerCon Live 2021! There were fantastic keynotes, compelling sessions, thousands of interactions and everything in-between that a developer and development...

Our journey from office-centric to remote-first

Docker Inc. started like many startups with engineers working from a single location. For us, this was in the Bay Area in the US. We were very office-centric, so the natural way to increase diversity...