Illumio brings security to the Docker Mesosphere ecosystem

Illumio brings security to the Docker Mesosphere ecosystem

Illumio, a Silicon Valley Unicorn announced that its Adaptive Security Platform (ASP)TM will now work with Docker in the Mesosphere Data Center OS (DCOS). This integration brings a new level of security to ...
| | docker, mesosphere, security
Container Q & A with Apcera CEO, Derek Collison

Container Q & A with Apcera CEO, Derek Collison

I recently had a chance to speak with Apcera CEO Derek Collision about his views on where the market is around containers. Below is the Q & A of our conversation.  Also ...
| | apcera, PaaS, security
CenturyLink open sources its own Docker dog food

CenturyLink open sources its own Docker dog food

There are many companies that are parasites on the open source community. They take, take, take but don’t give anything back to the open source community in spite of their protests that ...
Suse Linux supports Docker

Suse Linux supports Docker

There has been much written about CoreOS support for Docker. Red Hat is one of the leading contributors of Docker code.  However, there is another major Linux distro that has added extensive ...
| | Portus, SLES, YaST
CloudBees and Jenkins support Kubernetes with 3 new plugins

CloudBees and Jenkins support Kubernetes with 3 new plugins

In conjunction with the release of Kubernetes v1.0 and the formation of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, CloudBees, the enterprise Jenkins company and managers of the Jenkins community announced three new plugins ...
| | docker, jenkins, kk, kubernetes
Google Kubernetes v1.0 released - it just got real

Google Kubernetes v1.0 released – it just got real

Today the good folks at Google Cloud Platform announced the release of Kubernetes v1.0. While acknowledging that there is still much work to be done, this milestone means Kubernetes is ready for ...
| | cncf, container, coreos, docker, google
CoreOS Tectonic takes another step forward with Kubernetes 1.0 release

CoreOS Tectonic takes another step forward with Kubernetes 1.0 release

CoreOS announced today that they had released Tectonic Preview in conjunction with the release of Kubernetes 1.0.  Tectonic Preview is the next step in moving Tectonic to general release. Previously it was ...
| | cncf, docker, kubernetes, rkt
Migrating to a Container based Microservice architecture

Migrating to a Container based Microservice architecture

One of the things we hear over and over again about DevOps, Containers and Microservices is “Sounds great, but how do we get started?” You don’t just add water and watch it ...
Nine must read container blog posts

Nine must read container blog posts

Don’t be afraid to admit it. If you are like many folks, even in IT, you may have heard about containers, Docker and the like, but you aren’t 100% up to speed ...
cloud native

Welcome to Container Journal

Today we launched Container Journal. The url for the site if you haven’t noticed is http://www.cloudnativenow.com. The site is dedicated to spotlighting everything about containers and computing (as opposed to containers like in the Container ...
| | containers