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  1. DockerCon LIVE 2020 is about to kick off and there are over 64,000 community members, users and customers registered! Although we miss getting together in person, we’re excited to be able to bring even more people together to learn and share how Docker helps dev teams build great apps. Like DockerCon’s past there is so […]

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  2. Do you remember the first time you used Docker? I do. It was about six years ago and like many folks at the time it looked like this: I was not using Redis at the time but it seemed like a complicated enough piece of software to put this new technology through its paces. A […]

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  3. We are really excited to have had Docker Desktop be featured in a breakout session titled “The Journey to One .NET” at MSFT Build by @Scott Hanselman  with WSL 2. Earlier in the his  keynote, we learned about the great new enhancements for GPU support for WSL 2 and we want to hear from our […]

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  4. We are really excited that Docker and Snyk are now partnering together to engineer container security scanning deeply into Docker Desktop and Docker Hub. Image vulnerability scanning has been one of your most requested items on our public roadmap. Modern software uses a lot of third party open source libraries, indeed this is one of […]

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  5. With just 2 weeks away from DockerCon LIVE going, LIVE, we are humbled by the tremendous response from almost 50,000 Docker developers and community members, from beginner to expert, who have registered for the event.  DockerCon LIVE would not be complete without our ecosystem of partners who contribute to, and shape, the future of software […]

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  6. Back in March, Justin Graham, our VP of Product, wrote about how partnering with the ecosystem is a key part of Docker’s strategy to help developers and development teams get from source code to public cloud runtimes in the easiest, most efficient and cloud-agnostic way. This post will take a brief look at some of […]

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  7. This is a guest post from Docker Captain Bret Fisher, a long-time DevOps sysadmin and speaker who teaches container skills with his popular Docker Mastery courses Docker Mastery, Kubernetes Mastery, Docker for Node.js, and Swarm Mastery, weekly YouTube Live shows. Bret also consults with companies adopting Docker. Join Bret and other Docker Captains at DockerCon […]

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  8. Part 2 in the series on Using Docker Desktop and Docker Hub Together Introduction In part 1 of this series, we took a look at installing Docker Desktop, building images, configuring our builds to use build arguments, running our application in containers, and finally, we took a look at how Docker Compose helps in this […]

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  9. Docker Desktop WSL 2 backend has now been available for a few months for Windows 10 insider users and Microsoft just released WSL 2 on the Release Preview channel (which means GA is very close). We and our early users have accumulated some experience working with it and are excited to share a few best […]

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  10. “Build once, deploy anywhere” is really nice on the paper but if you want to use ARM targets to reduce your bill, such as Raspberry Pis and AWS A1 instances, or even keep using your old i386 servers, deploying everywhere can become a tricky problem as you need to build your software for these platforms. […]

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