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Docker 1.10: New Compose file, improved security, networking and much more!

We’re pleased to announce Docker 1.10, jam-packed with stuff you’ve been asking for. It’s now much easier to define and run complex distributed apps with Docker Compose. The power that Compose...

Docker Engine 1.10 Security Improvements

It’s been a crazy past few months with DockerCon and the holidays but yet we are still hacking away on the Docker Engine and have some really awesome security features I would like to highlight with...

Compose 1.6: New Compose file for defining networks and volumes

In the previous version of Docker Engine we added a completely new system for managing networks and volumes, and we’re pleased to announce full support for these features in Docker Compose. Compose...

Announcing Docker Birthday #3

Back in March 2013, Docker's CTO and Founder, Solomon Hykes introduced Docker publicly for the first time during a lightning talk at PyCon. Three years later the Docker project has...

Containers as a Service (CaaS) as your new platform for application development and operations

Developers don’t adopt locked down platforms. That one simple statement summarizes decades of tension between IT operations and development teams. Along the spectrum of control versus agility are...

Docker 1.10 Release Candidate Now Available: Important Tips on Updating Engines and Migrating Images to New IDs

This post describes the upcoming changes to the way Docker Engine stores images and filesystem data in containers. These changes are coming to users starting from version v1.10. Key points: A...

Docker Job Market Heating Up

It’s a new year, is it a time for a new job? Docker is blowing up in the job market. Take a look at this trend line from indeed.com:   More than a 70,000% increase in job postings around...