Stefan Scherer

SEAL, Röttenbach, Germany

Stefan is a Software Engineer at SEAL Systems. He enjoys automating things and uses Docker at work in various test environments. He is an early adopter of Docker on Windows, giving feedback and sharing his experience as a Docker Captain. He is member of the Hypriot team that gives the community a very easy experience for Docker on ARM devices.

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Expertise

Orchestration (specifically Swarm Mode)
Docker for Mac
Docker for Windows

Programming Languages

Go
Node

Operating Systems

Linux
Mac
Windows

Available For

Speaking Opportunities
Guest Blogging

Blog Posts by Stefan Scherer

How to use AppVeyor to build a multi-arch Docker image for Linux and Windows

Posted on: 06/06/2018

After some months of private beta AppVeyor recently has announced general availability of their Linux build agents. In this blog post I want to show you what we can do with this new feature. In my previous blog post I showed how you can fork the example repo and build...

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Azure Meetup Stuttgart - Multi-arch Docker images

Posted on: 02/14/2018

Azure Meetup Stuttgart - Multi-arch Docker images...

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Terraforming a Windows Insider Server in Azure

Posted on: 01/31/2018

There may be different ways to run the Windows Insider Server Preview builds in Azure. Here's my approach to run a Windows Docker engine with the latest Insider build....

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A sneak peek at LCOW

Posted on: 01/23/2018

Last week a major pull request to support Linux Containers on Windows (LCOW) has landed in master branch of the Docker project. With that feature enabled you will be able to run both Linux and Windows containers side-by-side with a single Docker engine. So let's have a look how a...

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PoC: How to build images for 1709 without 1709

Posted on: 11/01/2017

First of all: Happy Halloween! In this blog post you'll see some spooky things - or magic? Anyway I found a way to build Windows Docker images based on the new 1709 images without running on 1709. Sounds weird?...

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A closer look at Docker on Windows Server 1709

Posted on: 11/01/2017

Today Microsoft has released Windows Server 1709 in Azure. The ISO file is also available in the MSDN subscription to build local VM's. But spinning up a cloud VM makes it easier for more people....

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DockerCon: LCOW and Windows Server 1709

Posted on: 10/28/2017

Last week was a busy week as a Docker Captain. Many of us came to Copenhagen to DockerCon EU 2017. You may have heard of the surprising news about Kubernetes coming to Docker. But there were also some other new announcements about Windows Containers....

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Exploring new NanoServer Insider images

Posted on: 08/09/2017

Last week the first Insider preview container images appeared on the Docker Hub. They promise us much smaller sizes to have more lightweight Windows images for our applications. To use these Insider container images you also need an Insider preview of Windows Server 2016 or Windows 10. Yes, this is...

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Use Docker to Search in 320 Million Pwned Passwords

Posted on: 08/07/2017

This week Troy Hunt, a security researcher announced a freely downloadable list of pwned passwords. Troy is the creator of Have I Been Pwned? website and service that will notify you when one of your registered email addresses have been compromised by a data breach. Read the full article at: stefanscherer.github.io...

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