Has it sunk in yet that DockerCon is in roughly 2 months? That’s right, this year we gather in April as a community and ecosystem in Austin, Texas for 3 days of deep learning and networking (with a side serving …Read more
There are a lot of important things happening all around the world these days. Some of them have people upset or angry, to the point where they feel the desire to march or boycott to raise awareness and demonstrate their frustrations. …Read more
Vulnerability Advisor (VA) discovers security, compliance, and configuration issues with your containerized apps throughout their DevOps life cycle. To further extend VA coverage, we are introducing file-based malware detection.
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The new Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform offers a rich user experience with dynamic provisioning of storage volumes, automation, and much more. (Republished from the original blog post by Michael Adam and Sayan Saha at redhatstorage.redhat.com) Earlier today, Red Hat …Read more
In December we had a live webinar focused on Windows Server Docker containers. We covered a lot of ground and we had some great feedback – thanks to all the folks who joined us. This is a brief recap of …Read more
n our discussions with customers, there is always an area of interest in movement of Docker container workloads from on premise to Cloud Service Providers (CSP). Customers are looking to move to the public cloud to leverage the advantage of …Read more
The latest Apache OpenWhisk offering on IBM Bluemix has several new enhancements. We’ll show you how to use them.
The post Understanding and using Docker actions in IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk appeared first on Bluemix Blog.…Read more
In this briefing, Fedora’s Adam Miller gives an excellent introduction to containers and the history of their development in the context of Linux systems then dives deep into the interworkings of the Fedora Project’s recently announced the Fedora Docker Layered …Read more