Cyber security is no longer a luxury. If you need a reminder of that, just take a look at the seemingly endless number of stories appearing in the news lately about things like malware and security breaches.
If you manage a Docker environment, and you want to help make sure your organization or users are not mentioned in the news stories that accompany the next big breach, you should know the tools available to you for helping to secure the Docker stack, and put them to work. This post identifies the Docker security tools available (both native ones from Docker itself and third-party options) that can help to secure your Docker containers.
Yesterday we hosted our first Rancher online meetup, which was focused on how to get started with RancherOS. For those of you who weren’t able to attend our first online meetup on March 31st, we’ve posted a recording. The meetup ran for more than two hours, and included demos of RancherOS and Rancher, as well as dozens of questions about current capabilities and some of the features we’re still working on. Read more
Thanks to Docker, Orange and Blumberg Capital for hosting a great meetup last night in San Francisco. Darren Shepherd, Chief Architect of Rancher Labs introduced RancherOS for the first time, and answered questions from the audience. Learn more about RancherOS, or download it from GitHub.
If you’d like to learn more, Darren will be presenting RancherOS at an online meetup on March 31st, 2015.
Today I would like to announce a new open source project called RancherOS – the smallest, easiest way to run Docker in production and at scale. RancherOS is the first operating system to fully embrace Docker, and to run all system services as Docker containers. At Rancher Labs we focus on building tools that help customers run Docker in production, and we think RancherOS will be an excellent choice for anyone who wants a lightweight version of Linux ideal for running containers. Read more