Engineering

5 Things That Happen When You Get Locked In to an Application Platform

The Consequences of Application Platform Lock-in  If you’ve worked in IT for a few years, you’ve seen it happen. You select an application framework, operating system, database platform,...

Don’t Pick an Ops Platform Your Devs Won’t Use

In all of the excitement and buzz around Kubernetes, one important factor in the conversation that seems to be glossed over is how and where containerized applications are built. Going back to...

Deploying Dockerized .NET Apps Without Being a DevOps Guru

This is a guest post by Julie Lerman. She is a Docker Captain, published author, Microsoft Regional Director and a long-time Microsoft MVP who now counts her years as a coder in decades. She makes her...

Road to containing iSCSI

iSCSI is a popular protocol for block-level storage access, where the iSCSI initiator (client) communicates with an iSCSI target (storage server) over the network. The iSCSI target provides storage to...

Cluster Node Automation in Docker Enterprise

At Docker, Inc. the infrastructure team works hard to ensure every piece of our job is automated. We don’t start with manual work and upgrade it to be automated later--we automate from day one. This...

Docker ❤️ WSL 2 – The Future of Docker Desktop for Windows

One of Docker’s goals has always been to provide the best experience working with containers from a Desktop environment, with an experience as close to native as possible whether you are working on...

Getting started with Docker for Arm on Linux

This blog post is the result of collaboration between Arm and Docker.  Special thanks to Jason Andrews @ Arm for creating much of the original content. Arm and Docker announced a strategic...