Latest containers publications

Microsoft open sources Azure Container Service

Microsoft has released its Azure Container Service (ACS) to the open source community, as the tech giant seeks to work alongside contributors on improving the code underlying ACS deployments. The open source release will see Microsoft develop interoperability and support of the ACS Engine across three different container orchestration platforms; Kubernetes, Mesosphere DC/OS and Docker… Read More

Docker Datacenter comes to Microsoft Azure

Docker Datacenter (DDC), the open source project’s end-to-end platform for application development and container management, is now available on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace, as well as in customers’ on-premises data centres globally. Announcing the integration on Tuesday at the DockerCon 16 conference in Seattle, Mark Russinovich, chief technology officer of Microsoft Azure, said that the Datacenter… Read More

Docker launches Datacenter platform for container-based DevOps

Docker has today announced the launch of a new platform dedicated to enabling businesses to manage workloads as containerised applications within the data centre or in public clouds. Following six months of private beta trials, the Docker Datacenter (DDC) is immediately available as an integrated suite, offering current open source features such as the Docker… Read More

Red Hat Insider: Securing containers before they take over the world

Containers are taking over the world, now how do we we secure them? asks Josh Bressers, Security Strategist at Red Hat. I’ve been doing security work for a very long time now, and in almost every case security wasn’t considered important until the technology or idea started to catch on in the mainstream. This is… Read More

Red Hat Insider: Frictionless IT as a competitive business advantage

Alessandro Perilli, general manager of Cloud Management Strategy at Red Hat, tells of businesses’ desire to simplify their IT as a competitive differentiator… Last week I attended a major IT event in Las Vegas arranged by my former colleagues at Gartner. Like many other conferences arranged by analysis firms, I attend them mainly to have… Read More