Category Archives: Docker

Demystifying Docker overlay networking

Docker overlay networking is insanely simple to configure. I mean insanely simple! But lurking beneath the simplicity of the setup are a bunch of moving parts that you really wanna understand if you’re gonna deploy this stuff in your prime-time production estate. Anyway… last week I attended the Docker Open Systems Summit in Berlin and… Read More »

Anyone want container scars!

Most people think Docker is just for developers. Comments like this from Keith Townsend’s CTO Advisor blog are all over the internet: “… It’s obvious that Docker is a company focused on developers opposed to infrastructure…” While I don’t necessarily agree with Keith‘s comment, I hear it enough to know that plenty of people see it… Read More »

Docker 1.12 The Game Changer

It’s no secret that Docker and containers have been threatening to change the world for a while now. And they already have for some of us. But you know what… there’s always been something missing, something preventing it from taking off big style. Like a missing ingredient or something. Well it’s missing no more! WARNING:… Read More »

Docker Launches Kubernetes Killer

DISCLAIMER: This is all my personal opinion. As always, I reserve the right to be totally and utterly wrong about everything 😀 So Docker, Inc. just announced native clustering and orchestration. TLDR; I reckon it’s the biggest thing to happen to Docker since Docker, and I expect it to be a game-changer.

Docker Cloud: Why all the complaining

So there’s a few unhappy campers in the Docker space at the moment. And it seems to boil down to money. Here’s my summary of the situation – The Docker Cloud service used to be called Tutum and it used to be free. Since then, Docker, Inc. acquired Tutum, re-branded the product as “Docker Cloud”,… Read More »

Docker on Windows: State of Play

Just a few *very quick* and typo-riddled thoughts on what I understand to be the state of play with containers on Windows. I’m basing this on a session I attended at Dockercon that had a John Starks from Microsoft talk about Windows and Cotnainer internals and also perform some demos. First up….. it’s quite clear… Read More »

Enterprise Docker Discussion Group

I just created a new LinkedIn Group called “Enterprise Docker”. Raison d’être: To discuss all things relating to Docker and container use in the enterprise! So stuff like: Who pays for Docker and container infrastructure in enterprises What commercial support is available and what it’s like What does the Docker ecosystem need to do better in… Read More »