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Join Docker’s Community All-Hands

Openness and transparency are key pillars of a healthy open source community. We’re constantly exploring ways to better engage the Docker community, to better incorporate feedback and to better...

The Docker Developer Guide to AWS re:Invent

This is the busiest time of the year for developers targeting AWS. Just over a week ago we announced the GA of Docker Compose for AWS, and this week we’re getting ready to virtually attend AWS...

Docker and AWS Resources for Developers

AWS re:Invent kicks off this week and if you are anything like us, we are super geeked out to watch and attend all the talks that are lined up for the next three weeks. To get ready for re:Invent,...

Welcome Canonical to Docker Hub and the Docker Verified Publisher Program

Today, we are thrilled to announce that Canonical will distribute its free and commercial software through Docker Hub as a Docker Verified Publisher. Canonical and Docker will partner together to...

Docker Captain Take 5 – Ajeet Singh Raina

Docker Captains are select members of the community that are both experts in their field and are passionate about sharing their Docker knowledge with others. Today, we're introducing "Docker Captains...

Rate Limiting by the Numbers

As a critical part of Docker’s transition into sustainability, we’ve been gradually rolling out limits on docker pulls to the heaviest users of Docker Hub. As we near the end of the implementation...

Rate Limiting Questions? We have answers

As we have been implementing rate limiting on Docker Hub for free anonymous and authenticated image pulls, we’ve heard a lot of questions from our users about how this will affect them. And we’ve...