Melanie Turek, Frost and Sullivan | Jenny Fong, Docker | John DiMaria, Cloud Security Alliance
IBM Institute for Business Value estimates that by 2021, 98 percent of companies plan to use multiple hybrid clouds. As such, there are many discussions about the benefits and challenges of going multi-cloud.
From managing cost to automating security and mitigating risk, businesses need to be made aware of best practices and solutions that make multi-cloud adoption and deployments as smooth and secure as possible.
Join this BrightTALK session as Melanie Turek, VP of Research at Frost and Sullivan, explores strategies and use cases with a panel of multi-cloud experts.
Jenny Fong, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Docker, Inc.
John DiMaria, Assurance Investigatory Fellow, Cloud Security Alliance
Docker Enterprise enables you to reduce costs and increase operational efficiency by standardizing the way to build, manage, and secure applications across infrastructures platforms.
Our platform unifies processes across any architecture, while aligning with your existing IT operations so you can get applications to market faster, reduce total costs and ease the adoption of new technology as business needs evolve over time.
In this webinar led by Oliver Pomeroy, Solution Engineering at Docker, we will cover:
- Demonstrate how Docker Enterprise abstracts applications away from Container Orchestrators with Docker Compose and Docker App Packages.
- Demonstrate how containers can integrate in to your existing CI/CD pipeline to develop, test and deploy your applications quicker.
Jeanie Schwenk, Scrum Master and Software Engineer at Jireh Semiconductor
When Jeanie Schwenk, Scrum Master and Software Engineer, started her adventure at Jireh Semiconductor in 2016, she had one primary charter – modernize the existing 230+ applications that were over 15 years old and still running on discontinued servers.
Watch this webinar to learn about Jireh Semiconductor’s IT transformation journey. You’ll hear best practices from Jeanie, as well as:
- How Jeanie transitioned the development team from waterfall to agile scrum
- Tips and tricks for getting legacy monoliths to containers
- Challenges Jeanie’s team encountered and how they overcame them
David Yu, Product Manager at Docker, and Jean Rouge, Senior Software Engineer at Docker
Kubernetes has taken the technology industry by storm these last few years. For many organizations, the learning curve for Kubernetes can be steep and organizations can’t build up their skills fast enough. Luckily Docker has always had a history of making the complex easy - first with Linux containers and now with Kubernetes - both in our Desktop and Enterprise platform.
In this session, we’ll cover:
- The innovation Docker has added to Kubernetes to simplify configuration and ongoing operations while still providing a fully conformant Kubernetes environment.
- How to deploy applications on Kubernetes, manage access controls and multi-tenancy, end-to-end security and improved troubleshooting.
- Demos will highlight key comparisons to show you that you don’t have to build it yourself.
Docker Enterprise has been designed around three core pillars: Choice, Agility and Security. In this webinar, we talk in detail about the infrastructure and application choice associated with Docker Enterprise.
Containers are going to be a key part in any organization’s transformation strategy.
In this webinar we will introduce Linux and Windows Containers, the role and the features of a Container Orchestrator (such as Docker Swarm or Kubernetes), and provide an overview of how the Docker Enterprise can help organizations accelerate the journey to containerization.
Gary Chen, Research Manager at IDC and Jenny Fong, Director of Product Marketing at Docker
Containers have evolved into a transformative technology for application development and portability, but containers alone are not sufficient for meeting today’s enterprise requirements. In IDC’s recent Container Infrastructure Survey, over 76% of enterprises surveyed stated they use containers in production for mission critical apps, with 83% of container deployers using containers on multiple public clouds.
In this webinar, Docker and guest speaker IDC Research Manager Gary Chen will discuss why companies are turning to container platforms to support increasingly diverse IT environments, bolster security and governance, and power digital transformation initiatives - from cloud migration and application modernization to microservices.
David Hamdani, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Docker
The coming end-of-support for Windows Server 2008 in January 2020 leaves IT organizations with few viable options to secure their legacy applications and data. Past approaches to handling end-of-support - purchasing extended support, refactoring applications, or reposting VMs - are no longer economically viable for orgs that want to reduce legacy maintenance costs by up to 50% and boost innovation spend.
Join this webinar to learn how Docker’s Windows Server Application Migration Program can drastically reduce your cost to migrate and manage legacy applications, while providing a platform for continuous innovation going forward. This webinar will examine the economic impact of migrating your legacy Windows Server applications and help you make an ROI-driven decision.
Learn how the Docker Windows Server Application Migration Program helps you:
Don Bauer - DevOps Lead, Franklin American, Mike Noe - Lead DevOps Engineer, Franklin American, Harish Jayakumar - Director
Franklin American Mortgage, a Citizens company, set their sights on creating a culture that promotes fast-fail, atomic workloads for rapid development, testing, and release cycles. This metamorphosis began with setting behavior expectations and implementing Docker Enterprise. By utilizing the container platform as the underpinning for its software development lifecycle, Franklin American Mortgage is able to quickly, and automatically create the environments and resources we need at will. That change in turn promoted the desired culture of tackling work at the most atomic level.
In this webinar, you'll hear from the DevOps team at Franklin American and learn how to:
- Create a DevOps culture in an otherwise traditional industry
- Accelerate innovation with continuous delivery and a modern toolset
- Establish a secure software build workflow, all the way from development to production.
Are you running Microsoft Windows Server 2008 or 2003 for your business critical applications, like many enterprises? Server 2008 will reach End of Support in January 2020 and with that no more security and maintenance patches without costly alternatives.
Join us at this webcast to learn the best ways to secure, migrate and future-proof your legacy Windows Server applications without having to recode them. You will learn how:
A container platform can accelerate migration to Server 2016
Containers are more than a development toolset used primarily to build new applications
The Docker container platform gives enterprises a way to containerize and easily migrate existing applications
Cut infrastructure and management costs for your legacy applications by up to 50%
Learn how to simplify your migration!
The coming end-of-support for Windows Server 2008 leaves IT organizations with few viable options to receive security updates beyond the cut-off date of January 14, 2020. Upgrading will be no small feat as roughly 70% of enterprise Windows applications run on Windows Server 2008 or earlier versions*.
Attend this webinar to learn how Docker can help you meet migration deadlines by providing a validated methodology for containerizing legacy Windows applications, quickly. The combination of the Docker Enterprise container platform and purpose-built tools, allow you to upgrade and improve application security and reliability; all while cutting costs by up to 50%.
Andrew Weiss, Lead Federal Sales Engineer at Docker
Security for Public Sector with Docker Enterprise - the only FIPS certified containerization platform on the market.
If you’re a CISO, ISSO, or a security professional itching to learn more about the benefits containers provide for your agency or programs security posture, than this webinar is for you!
Come learn about how Docker Enterprise provides a secure container platform and software lifecycle management for all your applications and how Docker can help your agency satisfy FISMA and other regulatory requirements.
David Yu, Product Manager at Docker, Jenny Fong, Product Manager at Docker
New capabilities and new ways to help organizations containerize and modernize their Windows application portfolio.
Containers deliver value to applications of all types - from traditional, monolithic apps to microservices and new innovative areas like data science, AI/ML and Edge computing. These benefits are not limited to Linux applications as Windows Server applications continue to represent about half of enterprise applications out there.
In this webinar, we'll preview some new technology and solutions from Docker that helps bring Windows Server applications to the forefront of container strategies. We'll highlight new capabilities in Docker Enterprise and new ways to help organizations containerize and modernize their Windows application portfolio.
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.
Sergio Pineda, Director, Alliance Marketing at Docker
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 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.
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.
Build, Manage and Secure Your Apps Anywhere. Your Way.
Docker unlocks the potential of your organization by giving developers and IT the freedom to build, manage and secure business-critical applications without the fear of technology or infrastructure lock-in.
By combining its industry-leading container engine technology, an enterprise-grade container platform and world-class services, Docker enables you to bring traditional and cloud native applications built on Windows Server, Linux and mainframe into an automated and secure supply chain, advancing dev to ops collaboration and reducing time to value.