This webinar focuses on how Docker can help you secure your application lifecycle on Microsoft Azure.
Join us to review how you can leverage Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to push images into the Docker Trusted Registry and using containerized VSTS build agents with the Docker Universal Control Plane.
In this webinar you'll learn how to take an application which is manually deployed onto Windows Server 2003, and migrate it to Docker.
Then you can run the application in a container on Windows Server 2016 on bare metal or a virtual machine in the data center, or in any cloud. And developers can run the exact same version of the app using Docker for Windows on their Windows 10 laptops.
In this webinar, we will demonstrate the Docker Enterprise Edition container platform together with Microsoft Azure to show you how to deliver applications faster, more securely, and at lower cost.Read more >
In this webinar you'll learn how to take an app which is manually deployed onto Windows Server 2003, and migrate it to Docker. Then you can run the app in a container on Windows Server 2016 on bare metal or a VM in the datacenter, or in any cloud. And developers can run the exact same version of the app using Docker for Windows on their Windows 10 laptops.Read more >
Learn how the secure software supply chain in Docker Enterprise works with Windows apps.
We'll take an old ASP.NET WebForms app and a new .NET Core web API and deploy them securely to the Docker platform. You'll learn how to secure every step of your delivery pipeline, and see how it works with old and new Windows applications - with no code changes.
Containers are the latest in what are new and innovative ways of packaging, managing and deploying distributed applications. In this webcast, we’ll introduce the concept of containers; what they are and the advantages they bring illustrated by use cases, why you might want to consider them as an app deployment model, and how they differ from VMs or bare metal deployments.
We’ll follow up with a look at what is required from a storage perspective when using Docker, one of the leading systems that provides a lightweight, open and secure environment for the deployment of containers. Finally, we’ll round out our Docker introduction by presenting the takeaways from DockerCon, an industry event for makers and operators of distributed applications built on Docker, that took place in Seattle in June of this year.
Join us for this discussion on:
•Application deployment history
•Containers vs. virtual machines vs. bare metal
• Factors driving containers and common use cases
• Storage ecosystem and features
• Container storage table stakes
•Introduction to Docker
•Key takeaways from DockerCon 2016
After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog http://www.sniacloud.com/?p=225
What are the top application components running in containers? What is the lifespan of containers, container images, and services? How is orchestrator adoption changing? What keeps container developers and administrators up at night?
Join us for a discussion of these topics and more in our review of the 2018 Docker Usage Report - based on a sample of 90,000 containers in real-world deployments.
What's Docker? Why is it popular? What are containers? Why and how are they going to drastically improve how we build, ship, and run applications? How to get started with Docker and containers, and leverage them to achieve faster, safer deployments for software stacks big and small?
In this presentation, Jerome Petazzoni wil answer all those questions (and a few more) to give you a clear overview of Docker and containers, as well as a quick bootstrap to get started with this technology.
Learn how to securely configure host settings and Docker Engine.
Docker allows teams to increase the speed and scale that they can deliver software. As a result, adoption rates for docker are accelerating as more organizations are looking for ways to innovate faster.
As you move down the path to containers, it is important to note that an out-of-the box installation of just about any Linux distribution is capable of running the Docker daemon and Docker containers, but it will leave your host exposed to many security and performance concerns if not configured properly.
Join us for this webinar to learn how to:
- Configure host settings to harden and protect it from unauthorized access
- Install and configure a Docker Engine with minimal attack surface
- Ensure that the host has the necessary integration with existing enterprise systems like SIEM and enterprise directories
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about deploying deep learning applications with GPUs in a containerized multi-tenant environment.
Keeping pace with new technologies for data science and machine learning can be overwhelming. There are a plethora of open source options, and it's a challenge to get these tools up and running easily and consistently in a large-scale distributed environment.
This webinar will discuss how to deploy TensorFlow and Spark clusters running on Docker containers, with a shared pool of GPU resources. Learn about:
*Quota management of GPU resources for greater efficiency
*Isolating GPUs to specific clusters to avoid resource conflict
*Attaching and detaching GPU resources from clusters
*Transient use of GPUs for the duration of the job
Find out how you can spin up (and tear down) GPU-enabled TensorFlow and Spark clusters on-demand, with just a few mouse clicks.
Docker adoption has surged, up 40% over the past year, taking the lead for DevOps tools on AWS. With this transformation, enterprises are looking for ways to confidently introduce Docker into their Cloud environment. Join us as Cavirin experts guide you through:
> Securing EC2 Container Services, as well as Docker images, brought in from different registries
> Integrating CloudTrail and CloudFormation
> Today's best Docker security practices on AWS
> The latest on Kubernetes