The top 10 DevOps events of 2016
Containers continue to grow in popularity. In this article, Christine Parizo takes a look at Docker, Kubernetes and some key players who are maturing their DevOps model with container technology.
DevOps became more of a force to be reckoned with in 2016, thanks to companies doubling down on containers and tools to help developers create, test, and deploy their creations. Docker went all-in on its enterprise strategy, while other companies introduced the idea of container appliances. HPE went all-in on its DevOps strategy, and Kubernetes gained a lot of traction. Here’s a look back at the best of 2016.
Docker launches lifecycle management with security features
Docker released its newest platform, Docker Datacenter. This Container as a Service (CaaS) platform is for on-premises agile application development and management, and it’s comprised of three parts: Docker Universal Plane, Docker Trusted Registry, and the Docker Engine. This lifecycle management from inception to deployment provides more tools for security, orchestration, and container runtime. What it meant for developers is that it would make it easier to make the case for Docker in their organizations – and position Docker as the leading DevOps platform in enterprises.