The rise of software supply chain attacks targeting US companies has shed light on the fact that security can no longer be looked at as an afterthought. We need to think about the whole software supply chain and how best to secure it.
This quarterly event is a unique opportunity for Docker staff and the broader Docker community to come together for company and product updates, demos, community-lead breakout sessions, and live Q&A with Docker executives.
Join us for a free, online experience full of demos of products and innovation from Docker and our partners, deep technical sessions from Docker experts, Docker Captains and luminaries from across the industry, along with a chance for the community to gather and connect.
You’ve likely seen a vulnerability report from a container image, or at least read about the potential issues that can occur in containers - but have you wondered what a bad actor can do in your Kubernetes clusters if they find these vulnerabilities before you fix them?
Do you have questions about getting started with Docker? We’re here to help! This workshop is for people who are new to Docker and are keen to learn how to containerize their application and push images to Docker Hub.
Join us for our first ever Docker Community All-Hands. This one-hour virtual event will bring together Docker staff, contributors and users to share business and product updates, to recognize outstanding community contributions, and to give everyone a chance to ask questions to Docker’s leadership team.
Are you a Python developer and new to using Docker? During this workshop, we’ll provide a hands-on walkthrough of setting up your local python development environment. Join Peter McKee of Docker and Matt Rasband as they share a few neat tips and tricks along the way.
Docker has expanded our strategic collaboration with Amazon to integrate the Docker experience you already know and love with Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) using AWS Fargate. Join us for a hands-on walk through of new features and integrations aimed at improving the developer experience.
Docker has expanded its partnership with Snyk beyond Docker Desktop to enable individual developers and teams to automatically monitor, identify and resolve security issues in their applications to securely share and collaborate on Docker Hub.
Docker Desktop Edge now supports Snyk vulnerability scanning, allowing Docker Desktop users to trigger local Dockerfile and image scans directly from the Desktop CLI. See how to get started with Docker's newly integrated vulnerability scanning with Snyk.
Deploying from Docker straight to AWS with your existing workflow has never been easier. Join Chad Metcalf of Docker and Carmen Puccio of AWS for a hands-on walk through of how you can get started today.
Docker User Groups are a great way to meet and connect with other developers in your community. Find a group near you and attend the next event. Everyone is welcome!