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Posts by: Marina Kvitnitsky

Desktop Support for iTerm2 – A Feature Request from the Docker Public Roadmap

The latest Docker Desktop release, 3.2, includes support for iTerm2 which is a terminal emulator that is highly popular with macOS fans. From the Containers/Apps Dashboard, for a running container,...

New Docker Reporting Provides Teams with Tools for Higher Efficiency and Better Collaboration

Today, we are very excited to announce the release of Audit Log, a new capability that provides the administrators of Docker Team subscription accounts with a chronological report of their team...

Combining Snyk Scans in Docker Desktop and Docker Hub to Deploy Secure Containers

Last week, we announced that the Docker Desktop Stable release includes vulnerability scanning, the latest milestone in our container security solution that we are building with our partner Snyk. You...

Expanded Support for Open Source Software Projects

Docker remains committed to providing a platform where the non-commercial open source developers can continue collaborating, innovating and pushing this industry into new directions.   In...

Improve the Security of Hub Container Images with Automatic Vulnerability Scans

In yesterday’s blog about improvements to the end-to-end Docker developer experience, I was thrilled to share how we are integrating security into image development, and to announce the launch of...

New Vulnerability Scanning, Collab and Support Enhance Docker Pro and Team Subscriptions

Last March, we laid out our commitment to focus on developer experiences to help build, share, and run applications with confidence and efficiency. In the past few months we have delivered new...

Secure from the Start: Shift Vulnerability Scanning Left in Docker Desktop

Application delivery velocity can be tripped up when security vulnerabilities are discovered after an app is deployed into production. Nothing is more detrimental to shipping new features to customers...