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Watch Rainer Stropek's DevOpsCon 2017 session

Docker container in the Microsoft universe

It is no secret that Microsoft has fallen in love with Docker and in this session, Rainer Stropek will show you everything you want to know about the Microsoft-related developments in the Docker universe, demonstrate certain Docker features on Windows 10 and more.

Interview with Neil Charney, Chief Marketing Officer at Docker

“The acquisitions by established enterprise technology vendors signal the value of containerization in enterprise IT strategies”

Following IBM’s proposed acquisition of Red Hat, it’s clear that other companies are reacting and looking for acquisition strategies to assemble a container platform capable of managing containerized applications across multi-cloud environments. We talked to Neil Charney, Chief Marketing Officer at Docker about the impact of the acquisitions on Docker and the entire enterprise container platform market.

Update, ahoy!

Migrate legacy apps with Docker Enterprise 2.1

The new release of Docker Enterprise 2.1 keeps your security in check and also provides an easy way to migrate your apps to a new version of Windows Server. Check out the features and find out where you can learn more Docker knowledge!

Come join the party

The beta for Docker Engine 18.09 is out

We have some pretty exciting news coming from the Docker team! The beta for Docker Engine 18.09 is now available! So get yourself a copy of the new beta and start submitting those issues!

Trivial pursuit

How well do you know your Docker trivia?

This week, our programming trivia series continues with the container tech that everyone loves! We test your knowledge about Docker, the platform that lets developers build, manage, and secure apps anywhere.

It's a brave new world

Docker Desktop Stable channel now offers native Kubernetes support

Last week, the Docker team announced some amazing news for all you Kubernetes enthusiasts out there. Kubernetes orchestration in now part of the Stable release channels for Docker Desktop! But having in mind Kubernetes’ relative dominance during the last few months, is it maybe time for some speculative analysis?