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Service Models

Docker Build Cloud aims to accelerate Docker builds

January 23, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

Docker has unveiled Docker Build Cloud, a cloud-based build service that promises to accelerate builds of Docker images for engineering teams. Introduced January 23, Docker Build Cloud aims to address the pain point of how much time engineering teams spend […]


Cloud Security

This odd malware is targeting Docker hosts – in order to boost web traffic

January 19, 2024

Via: TechRadar

Vulnerable Docker hosts are being targeted with an odd cybercrime campaign, whose goal isn’t to steal sensitive data, deploy stage-two malware, or mount devastating Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Instead, this campaign’s goal is to boost website traffic for […]


Service Models

Docker ties up with Neo4j, LangChain, and Ollama to launch Gen AI Stack

October 5, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

Docker, the software platform for building applications based on containers, has partnered with Neo4j, LangChain, and Ollama to release Gen AI Stack, designed to provide a one-stop platform that will allow developers to not only create applications but incorporate generative […]


Global Cloud

Docker’s bad week

March 20, 2023

Via: Info World

Docker had a bad week. What’s less clear is whether Docker deserved it. For those who haven’t heard, last week Docker announced that it was sunsetting Free Team subscriptions. Some in the open source world read this as “pay up […]


Global Cloud

Cyber gang abused free trials to exploit public cloud CPU resources

January 5, 2023

Via: Computer Weekly

A South Africa-based threat actor known as Automated Libra has been observed adopting increasingly sophisticated techniques to conduct a widespread freejacking campaign against various public cloud services. Freejacking is the act of using free or time-limited access to public cloud […]


Global Cloud

TeamTNT Gains Full Remote Takeover of Cloud Instances

September 9, 2020

Via: Threat Post

The TeamTNT cybercrime gang is back, attacking Docker and Kubernetes cloud instances by abusing a legitimate cloud-monitoring tool called Weave Scope, according to researchers. The open-source Weave Scope “provides a top down view into your app as well as your […]


Global Cloud

Doki Backdoor Infiltrates Docker Servers in the Cloud

July 30, 2020

Via: Threat Post

A fresh Linux backdoor called Doki is infesting Docker servers in the cloud, researchers warn, employing a brand-new technique: Using a blockchain wallet for generating command-and-control (C2) domain names. Doki however is meant to provide a persistent capability for code-execution […]


Global Cloud

Privilege escalation vulnerability patched in Docker Desktop for Windows

May 22, 2020

Via: cybersecurity

A severe privilege escalation vulnerability has been patched in the Windows Docker Desktop Service. On Friday, cybersecurity researchers from Pen Test Partners publicly disclosed the problem, a privilege escalation vulnerability buried in how the software uses pipes. The vulnerability, tracked […]


Deployment Models, Private Cloud

Microsoft and Docker team up to make packaging and running cloud-native applications easier

December 4, 2018

Via: Tech Crunch

Microsoft and Docker today announced a new joint open-source project, the Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB), that aims to make the lifecycle management of cloud-native applications easier. At its core, the CNAB is nothing but a specification that allows developers […]


Cloud Clients

Docker Upgrades Kubernetes Support Across Clouds And Operating Systems

June 13, 2018

Via: CRN

Looking to differentiate its enterprise container management platform in an increasingly competitive market, Docker on Wednesday unveiled upgrades enhancing Kubernetes functionality across cloud providers and operating systems. Federated Application Management delivers a single view across several clouds, and one-click container […]


Service Models

Docker Releases Enterprise Edition 2.0

April 17, 2018

Via: CRN

Docker released a major update to its container management platform Tuesday that introduces functionality to better support large enterprises building and deploying applications across diverse and distributed environments. Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 extends the container pioneer’s strengths around operational efficiency […]


Global Cloud

Docker wants to help put old enterprise apps into containers

April 26, 2017

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

Docker is offering enterprises an easier on-ramp to using containers with a new consulting program aimed at taking a legacy application and migrating it to a container in five days. The idea behind the program is to show companies the […]


Deployment Models, Others

How Docker Containers Help Save Money

April 4, 2017

Via: Data Center Knowledge

By now, you probably know how popular Docker containers are with technical folks. But do you understand the business case for Docker? Do you know how containers help save companies money? If not, read on. Docker became popular in its […]


Cloud Clients

Docker rolls out an orchestration engine. Because what customers want, customers get

June 21, 2016

Via: Computerworld

Ever since it became obvious that Docker was onto something pretty special, there have been questions about how the company would parlay its rapidly increasing venture-backed valuation into monetization and, by extension, what that would mean for the significant ecosystem […]


Global Cloud

Cloud and software jobs surge over last 12 months

June 1, 2016

Via: Business Cloud News

Rackspace has released the findings from its annual analysis of the IT job market which highlighted demand for positions in and around cloud computing are rising at a healthy rate. Vacancies for AWS engineer roles increased by 125% over the […]


Service Models

PaaS vendors draw battle lines over containers

March 3, 2016

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

News this week that platform as a service vendor Apprenda is supporting Google’s Kubernetes container management platform could be viewed as so-called battle lines being drawn in this still-developing market. The PaaS market is still viewed as the smallest of […]