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Docker and .NET Core CLR Release Candidate 2

When Microsoft open sourced the .NET Framework in 2014 and released runtimes for Linux in November last year, we knew interesting things were going to happen. Today, Microsoft announced the second...

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...

Introducing Two New Community Repositories: Docker Labs and Docker Community

The sheer amount of Docker content created by the community is amazing. From articles on all the different open source components to slide decks of commercial platforms, chances are the content...

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...

High Availability Architecture and Apps with Docker Datacenter (DDC)

High availability (HA) isn't just about keeping the lights on all the time; it's also about quickly turning them back on when they unexpectedly go out. With software, this means capabilities for fault...

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...

Docker on Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5

Today we’re happy to announce the latest beta of Docker Engine and ecosystem support for Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 released today by Microsoft. Some of the improvements you’ll see...