Dockercast

Dockercast
By Docker
About this podcast
Dockercast is the official Docker Podcast which covers a wide range of topics including products, projects and contributions from active community members and partners with our host, Docker’s very own – John Willis.

John Willis (@botchagalupe) is the Director of Ecosystem development for Docker, which he joined after the company he co-founded (SocketPlane, which focused on SDN for containers) was acquired by Docker in March 2015.
Latest episodes
Feb. 15, 2017
Docker Podcast - Stefan Scherer by Docker
Nov. 4, 2016
In this episode, we interview Laura Frank another amazing Docker captain. As we do with all of these podcast with start with a little bit of history of "How did you get here". Then we dive into the Codeship offering and how it optimizes it's delivery flow by using Docker containers for everything. We then end up with a what's the coolest Docker story you have. I hope you enjoy and please feel free to comment and leave suggestions.
Oct. 14, 2016
Docker Distributed Systems Summit Opening Words by Solomon Hykes by Docker
Oct. 13, 2016
Speaker: Thomas Graf (Principal at Noiro Networks)
Oct. 13, 2016
Speaker: Madhu Venugopal and Jana Radhakrishnan (Docker)
Oct. 13, 2016
Unikernels: the rise of the library hypervisor in MirageOS by Docker
Oct. 12, 2016
By Diogo Monica
Oct. 11, 2016
Prometheus, a Cloud Native Computing Foundation project, is a systems and service monitoring system. It collects metrics from configured targets at given intervals, evaluates rule expressions, displays the results, and can trigger alerts if some condition is observed to be true.
Oct. 11, 2016
The Infinit platform comes with several Docker integrations, from a Docker volume plugin to more cluster-based integrations at the Docker Swarm level, allowing for container migration and stateful application scaling.
Oct. 11, 2016
The Update Framework (TUF) helps developers to secure new or existing software update systems, which are often found to be vulnerable to many known attacks. TUF addresses this widespread problem by providing a comprehensive, flexible security framework that developers can integrate with any software update system. The framework can be easily integrated (or implemented in the native programming languages of these update systems) due to its concise, self-contained architecture and specification. Developers have so far implemented the framework in the Python, Go, Ruby, and Haskell programming languages.