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,…
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.
Here are Docker’s recommended sessions for KubeCon 2019 North America in San Diego, November 17-21.
The Docker team will be on the show floor at Microsoft Ignite the week of November 4. We’ll be talking about the state of modern application development, how to accelerate innovation efforts, and the role containerization, Docker, and Microsoft Azure play in powering these initiatives.
With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) combined with global rollout of 5G (Fifth-generation wireless network technology), a perfect storm is brewing that will see higher speeds, extreme lower latency, and greater network capacity that will deliver on the hype of IoT connectivity. As part of our strategic partnership, Docker will be participating at ARM TechCon scheduled this October 8-10, 2019 at the San Jose Convention Center. Docker is excited to announce that we will be delivering a hands-on workshop exclusive to All-Access Pass holders in attendance.
ey has been around for over 200 years. One of the really amazing things about being in an organization that’s been around that long is that you have to have a culture of innovation at your core. Technology like Docker has really empowered our business because it allows us to innovate, and it allows us to experiment. That’s critical because experimentation and being allowed to fail is what allows us to innovate and learn.
We sat down recently with InterSystems, our partner and customer, to talk about how they deliver an enterprise database at scale to their customers. InterSystems’s software powers mission-critical applications at hospitals, banks, government agencies and other organizations.
We had the chance recently to sit down with the Citizens Bank mortgage division and ask them how they’ve incorporated innovation into a regulated and traditional business that is still very much paper-based. The most important lesson they’ve learned: you have to be willing to “fail fearlessly,” but to do that, you also have to minimize the consequences and cost of failure so you can constantly try new ideas. With Docker Enterprise, the team has been able to take ideas from concept to production in as little as a day. Here’s what they told us.