Posts by: Diogo Mónica

Diogo Mónica

The Docker platform and the container has become the standard for packaging, deploying, and managing applications. In order to coordinate running containers across multiple nodes in a cluster, a key capability is required: a container orchestrator. Orchestrators are responsible for critical clustering and scheduling tasks, such as: Managing container scheduling and resource allocation. Support service discovery and hitless application deploys. Distribute the necessary resources that applications need to run. Unfortunately, the distributed nature of orchestrators and the ephemeral nature of resources in this environment makes securing orchestrators a challenging task. In this post, we will describe in detail the less-considered—yet vital—aspect…

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Diogo Mónica

Three months ago we launched Docker Content Trust, integrating the guarantees from The Update Framework (TUF) into Docker using Notary, an open source tool that provides trust over any content. Today we’re incredibly excited to announce the support of hardware based signing in notary and Docker experimental.

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