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?
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was a super busy and exciting week. We had important announcements, exciting new releases, Google’s big event and many more!
Big changes coming to Docker CE with the 18.06 release being the last one to have a 4-month maintenance lifecycle. What’s more, the Docker CE Edge channel is deprecated in favor of nightly channel. Don’t get scared, though! It’s for the best!
Manifold may just have the solution for a problem that has been facing many ML teams. Let’s take a look at Torus: a new toolkit that promises to bring DevOps practices to machine learning. Open up the box and see what’s inside.
The 2018 Node.js User Survey results are online! The survey provides data on a wide range of topics with extremely interesting results. What is the expected change in the use of Node.js? What are the most used languages in addition to Node? Let’s find out!
Philipp Garbe, Docker Captain and Lead Platform Engineer at Scout24, gives us an overview of ECS and all the other services you will need in order to run your containers in production.
“If I put a malfunctioning application in a container, I get just that: a malfunctioning application in a container”. Michael Bruns shows us how we can develop and operate a stable microservice architecture without the need to put everything into containers.
You *never* know when or where something will break when it comes to updating a software stack, but one thing is certain: It *will* break! Here, Davide Fiorentino lo Regio shares a few solutions on issues like unconnected servers, vLAN issues and more “so that others don’t have to suffer like I did!”
A year after its initial announcement at DockerCon 2017 and a huge amount of work and dedication later, Cilium 1.0 is here and makes the use of Cilium in production environments a reality.
Docker EE 2.0 is here! It aims to give users flexibility and choice over the types of applications supported, orchestrators used, and where it’s deployed. Let’s have a look at some of the key new capabilities of Docker EE 2.0.
No Docker daemon? Working in a Kubernetes cluster? No problem. Kaniko, a new open source tool, allows developers to build an image in a container without needing any special privileges.
In the DevOps environment, Docker can no longer be reduced only to a container runtime. An application that is divided into several microservices has greater orchestration requirements instead of simple scripts. For this, Docker has introduced the service abstraction Docker Swarm to help orchestrate containers across multiple hosts.
A look back and a leap forward: “Docker has been the driving force behind the containerization movement”
Docker turned five last week! To mark this milestone, we talked with David Messina, CMO at Docker about its evolution, how Docker became the poster child for containers and what’s in store for 2018.
Serverless has grown considerably in the past few years but is it ready to embrace its maturity? And does that mean running away from NoOps or toward it? In the last part of our interview series, we invited six JAX DevOps speakers to weigh in on the serverless movement, its “competition” with container-based cloud infrastructure and the challenges Kubernetes and Docker should be addressing this year.