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Docker allows you to package an application with all of its dependencies into a standardized unit for software development.

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ScaleSwarm: Auto-scaling a swarm cluster

3 years ago
with Docker Global Hack Day #3 winners Ankush Agarwal, Software Engineer, Addepar and Harshit Mittal, Software Engineer, Uber Swarm and Machine are individually very powerful projects, but when combined, they can work wonders. The project attempts to create a self-scaling cluster using Swarm and Machine. Here, to setup an AWS Docker Auto Scaling cluster, all […]

Containerize your developer experience

3 years ago
with Francesc Campoy, Developer Advocate, Google This talk covers a range of situations where containers can improve the developer experience by providing a repeatable and consistent environment. This includes from how to help your users become your contributors, to how to install tools in your machine without really installing anything, or how containers can be […]

Docker Universal Control Plane Demo

3 years ago
Learn more at www.docker.com/universal-control-plane — Docker is an open platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship and run distributed applications. With Docker, IT organizations shrink application delivery from months to minutes, frictionlessly move workloads between data centers and the cloud and can achieve up to 20X greater efficiency in their use of computing […]

Using Docker and SDN for telco application development and deployment

3 years ago
with Nico Janssens, Senior Researcher, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent and Florian Otel, ‎EMEA Director for Business Development and Strategy, Nuage Networks In this talk we will present how at Bell-Labs (Alcatel-Lucent R&D division) we benefit from using Docker in combination with the SDN solution from Nuage Networks for development and deployment of a next-gen chat-based communication […]

Placing a container on a train at 200 mph

3 years ago
with Casper Svenning Jensen, Infrastructure Software Engineer, Uber At Uber, we’ve been introducing Docker to give service owners more control over their environments. However, everything at Uber is moving very fast so we have had to do it a way such that Docker fitted into the existing infrastructure and services could be migrated seamlessly to […]

Swarming Spark Applications

3 years ago
with Daniele Venzano, Research Engineer, EURECOM We built Zoe, an open source user-facing service that ties together Spark, a data-intensive framework for big data computation, and Swarm, the Docker clustering system. It targets data scientists who need to run their data analysis applications without having to worry about systems details. Zoe can execute long running […]

Using Docker with NoSQL

3 years ago
with Manuel Eusebio de Paz Carmona, Software Architect, BEEVA (a BBVA Company) Understanding internal operations is crucial in financial services. Are public interfaces running smoothly? Are the back-end business systems as productive as they could be? Are infrastructure resources being allocated correctly based on business need? These are exactly the kind of questions that organizations […]

Finding a Theory of the Universe with Docker and Volunteer Computers

3 years ago
with Dr. Marius Millea, Institut Lagrange de Paris Cosmology@Home is a project which uses volunteer computing to analyze cosmological data and answer questions about our universe such as “how much dark matter is there?” and “under what conditions did the Big Bang occur?” We recently began using Docker by taking each job which we would […]

It’s in the game: The path to micro-services at Electronic Arts with Docker

3 years ago
Andrew Hately, CTO Cloud Architecture, IBM and Scott Porter, Senior Developer, Electronic Arts Learn how Docker can be used to achieve near bare-metal performance and a scale-out architecture that enables game backends to scale and stay responsive during load spikes. Game popularity can change with every feature and content pack release, and IBM and Electronic […]

The Glue is the Hard Part: Making a Production-Ready PaaS

3 years ago
with Evan Krall, Site Reliability Engineer, Yelp Docker is an amazing technology. In particular, its build-once-run-anywhere model unlocks the world of cluster schedulers like Mesos and Kubernetes. These solve many of the problems of running high-scale websites, but introduce new challenges that need addressing. In this talk, Evan will describe PaaSTA, a PaaS built on […]

Continuous Integration with Jenkins, Docker and Compose

3 years ago
with Sandro Cirulli, Platform Tech Lead, Oxford University Press Oxford University Press (OUP) recently started the Oxford Global Languages (OGL) initiative (www.oxforddictionaries.com/words/oxfordlanguages) which aims at providing language resources for digitally under represented languages. In August 2015 OUP launched two African languages websites for Zulu (zu.oxforddictionaries.com) and Northern Sotho (nso.oxforddictionaries.com). The backend of these websites is […]

Trading Bitcoin with Docker

3 years ago
with Sebastien Goasguen, VP, Apache CloudStack and Mathieu Buffenoir, CTO, SBEX Bity is an internet money gateway built by Swiss Bitcoin Exchange ( SBEX ). To trade bitcoin the entire infrastructure of Bity is running in Docker containers. All the components of the infrastructure are using Docker, from the frontend applications and load balancer, the […]