The Moby Inception
by Brandon Mitchell
| Friday, May 12, 2017
[ Note, this is a follow up to our earlier blog post about the Moby Project. Check that one out for a less developer oriented take on the Moby project. ]
The announcement of Moby Project at DockerCon 2017 left many confused. My own take is that it’s confusing because it means at least three different things depending on what piece you are talking about:
The Moby Project which is Docker’s upstream development that’s open to the community.
Moby Project Explained
by Will Kinard
| Friday, Apr 28, 2017
| Docker News
BoxBoat’s travel to Austin for Dockercon 2017 turned out to be as eventful as Seattle 2016! Among many of the latest announcements from Docker and the community, the most compelling, exciting (and confusing?) had to have been the Moby Project. Since the Docker Project’s first introduction to the community some four years ago, an entire ecosystem of technologies have grown around containerization. Most of these technologies, including notables Compose, Infrakit, and Swarmkit, have been directly contributed by the Docker open source community and established within the Docker organization on GitHub.
DockerCon17 Debrief – A View From The Pod
by Tim Hohman
| Friday, Apr 21, 2017
DockerCon 2017 Debrief Docker held its fourth annual DockerCon event this week in Austin, TX. This year the announced attendance was 5,500 people, a very large increase from last year. More attendees, more exhibitors, more sponsors, more parties — there is no question the container market is rapidly expanding.
DockerCon was a wonderful opportunity to learn from all the incredibly smart people in this community through many mediums: the keynote speeches, use case presentations, hallway conversations, exhibit booths, and late night debates at the after hour socials.