Engineering

System Test Tooling At Docker: Reference-app

System Testing the Docker EE stack is all about large numbers: large numbers of nodes, concurrent users, and deployed applications. One basic building block for our System Test automation is to have...

API Server for Docker Infrastructure

Microservice architectures can be difficult to implement. How do you reach a given service? How do you ensure that traffic is spread across all instances of that service? What happens in a cloud...

Are Containers Replacing Virtual Machines?

With 20,000 partners and attendees converging at VMworld in Las Vegas this week, we often get asked if containers are replacing virtual machines (VMs). Many of our Docker Enterprise customers do run...

Introducing Experimental Distributed Application Bundles

The built-in orchestration features announced today with Docker 1.12 will revolutionize how IT teams build, ship and run containerized apps. With Docker 1.12, developers and ops now share a set of...

So, when do you use a Container or VM?

Recently I was giving a talk at a trade show on the basics of Docker, and how an application goes from an idea to being a production workload running on a Universal Control Plane managed Swarm...

Docker Security Scanning safeguards the container content lifecycle

written by Lily Guo, Toli Kuznets and Nandhini Santhanam Today we announced the general availability of Docker Security Scanning, formerly known as Project Nautilus. Available today as an add-on...

To Use Physical Or To Use Virtual: That is the container deployment question

I have had a version of the following conversation more than a few times with community members trying to sort out where to run their containerized apps in production: User: So, where should I run my...