Docker

Docker 1.9.1 RC1 released with lots of bug fixes

Docker 1.9.1 rc1 recently released, fixes some bugs and addresses some security issues. Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins for developing, shipping, and running applications. Docker is designed to deliver your applications faster. With Docker you can separate your applications from your infrastructure and treat your infrastructure like a managed application. Docker 1.9.1 – rc1 changelog Runtime Do not prevent daemon from booting if images could not be restored Force IPC mount to unmount on daemon shutdown/init Turn IPC unmount errors into warnings Fix docker stats performance regression Clarify cryptic error message upon docker logs if –log-driver=none Fix seldom panics Fix opq whiteouts problems for files with dot prefix devicemapper: try defaulting to xfs instead of ext4 for performance reasons selinux: only relabel if user requested so with the z option Client Fix docker login on windows Fix bug with docker inspect output when not connected to daemon Fix docker inspect -f {{.

Kitematic 0.9.2 managing Docker containers released

Kitematic 0.9.2 recently released, is an open source project built to simplify and streamline using Docker on a Mac or Windows (coming soon) PC. Kitematic automates the Docker installation and setup process and provides an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) for running Docker containers. Kitematic integrates with Docker Machine to provision a VirtualBox VM and install the Docker Engine locally on your machine. Kitematic Features: Kitematic’s one click install gets Docker running on your Mac and lets you control your app containers from a graphical user interface (GUI).

Install Docker in Ubuntu 14.04

Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins for developing, shipping, and running applications. Docker is designed to deliver your applications faster. With Docker you can separate your applications from your infrastructure and treat your infrastructure like a managed application. Docker helps you ship code faster, test faster, deploy faster, and shorten the cycle between writing code and running code. Docker does this by combining a lightweight container virtualization platform with workflows and tooling that help you manage and deploy your applications.