Published on June 28, 2017 by Docker

Docker 17.06 Community Edition is the first version of Docker built entirely on the Moby Project (mobyproject.org/). It also has a bunch of new features like Multi-Stage Build, new Networking features, a new metrics endpoint and more. In this video, Mano Marks (@manomarks), Docker Developer Relations Director, walks you through the major new features.

For more information, check out:
The docs: docs.docker.com
The release notes: docs.docker.com/release-notes/
The Docker forums: forums.docker.com
The Docker Community: community.docker.com

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Tristan Bailey
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Tristan Bailey
10 days 2 hours ago

unifying the logging per service is a helpful addition.

Julio Suarez
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Julio Suarez
22 days 7 hours ago

Wasn't the multi-stage build in 17.05? I swear I used it just yesterday?

bmitch3020
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bmitch3020
22 days 1 hour ago

Julio Suarez , yes, it was released in 17.05. That was an edge release, so 17.06 is the first time stable users have access to the feature.

王龑
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王龑
22 days 9 hours ago

Mano 萌萌哒

Lisa Logan
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Lisa Logan
22 days 13 hours ago

…just like Docker.

Lisa Logan
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Lisa Logan
22 days 13 hours ago

Sexy and smart!

Vladimir Varankin
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Vladimir Varankin
22 days 14 hours ago

docker.for.mac.localhost? Really? Why on earth someone decided to add such a weird domain?

Mano Marks
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Mano Marks
22 days 12 hours ago

Yes in Docker for Mac, docker.local went away, but you could access your services through localhost which ultimately was better.

Vladimir Varankin
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Vladimir Varankin
22 days 13 hours ago

UPD: It's only after I've re-re-re-watched the video I finally realised that this DNS is for connections from the container to the host. So it's opposite to docker.local I've talked below. Sorry.I think the early version of docker for mac provided docker.local, which, unfortunately, came with some issues and was removed. Hope it will be restored at some point in future, or at least the new one would be less verbose when became stable.

Mano Marks
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Mano Marks
22 days 13 hours ago

It's solely for development work, so you can access local resources on the desktop. It was a frequently requested feature. And .for.mac. is meant to emphasize this isn't for production use. It's still experimental of course. If you have more feedback, feel free to leave an issue here: github.com/docker/for-mac

MsVecna
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MsVecna
22 days 16 hours ago

This guy can do like Docker, lose some weight.

Ernest G. Wilson II
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Ernest G. Wilson II
22 days 17 hours ago

FIRST!

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