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DockerCon US 2017: April 17-20 (Austin, TX)

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Watch theCUBE’s Coverage of DockerCon 2017 LIVE


“DockerCon is the community and container industry conference for makers and operators of next generation distributed apps built with containers. The three-day conference provides talks by practitioners, hands-on labs, an expo hall of Docker ecosystem innovators and great opportunities to share your experiences with other virtual container enthusiasts.” (2017.dockercon.com)


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Event Details:

  • Date:
        April 17-20, 2017
  • Location:
         Austin Convention Center
         500 E Cesar Chavez St,
         Austin, TX
  • Official Event Page

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DockerCon 2017 Preview
Sam Kahane talks with theCUBE host Stu Miniman about DockerCon 2017. Topics include this history of Docker as both a company and a platform, and what to look forward to this year at the show.

Day 1 Kickoff
Stu Miniman and James Kobielus kicked off day one at DockerCon 2017 in Austin, Texas.

Day 1 Wrap Up
Stu Miniman, James Kobielus and John Troyer wrapped up day one at DockerCon 2017 in Austin, Texas.

Day 2 Kickoff
Stu Miniman and Stephen Foskett kicked off day two at DockerCon 2017 in Austin, Texas.

Day 2 Wrap Up
theCUBE hosts Stu Miniman and James Kobeilus wrap up the days coverage of #DockerCon 2017 and talk about their impressions from the show.


Guests Interviewed on theCUBE

Siddhartha Agarwal
VP of Product Management and Strategy, Oracle


Mark Cavage
VP of Engineering, Oracle

Oracle drops its flagship database into the Docker Store
Oracle Corp. is diving headlong into the software container game, teaming up with Docker Inc. to make its most popular products available in the Docker Store. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Thomas Chamtie
Founder, KMicro Technologies


Jerry Chen
Partner, Greylock

Rewriting the bottom line: Docker EE and the open-source profit question
Docker Inc., which provides an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship and run distributed applications, is a company sometimes knocked for failing to monetize, is a case study in how the evolving open-source community is rethinking how to drive profit. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Michael Ducy
Director of Product Marketing, Chef Software

Avoiding the dreaded ‘learning cliff’ of container tech
As part of the maturation of the container ecosystem, organizations are looking to DevOps companies like Chef Software Inc. to help them get the most from Docker Inc.’s offerings for the virtualized method of software application management. Businesses are seeking to integrate containers smoothly into their existing environments, as well as manage their distributed applications, according to Michael Ducy, director of product marketing at Chef Software. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Omri Gazitt
Chief Product Officer, Puppet


Deepak Giridharagopal
CTO, Puppet


Ben Golub
CEO, Docker

Docker ‘explodes’ in the enterprise, expands containers into new applications
As the interest in using containers for applications — a virtualization method for deploying and running software apps — expands across a wide range of businesses and industries, Docker Inc. has been moving into a number of new markets and forming new alliances, while continuing to focus on its core functionality, according to Ben Golub, chief executive officer at Docker. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


John Gossman
Lead Architect, Microsoft Azure

Could an unsung Microsoft Azure feature make containers yesterday’s news?
News flash: Containers aren’t that new. Docker Inc. didn’t invent containers, and they may not even be the best virtualization method for deploying and running distributed applications. This is according to John Gossman, architect for the Microsoft Azure core team at Microsoft. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Brian Gracely
Director of Product Strategy, Red Hat

As container adoption grows, Linux community champions open source
While much of the recent rise in enthusiasm for containers in applications has users closely associating that functionality with Docker Inc., members of the Linux community have been eager to point out how long their systems have been using containers in applications and to encourage users to look into further Linux utility for their needs. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Yaron Haviv
Co-Founder & CTO, iguazio


Solomon Hykes
Founder, CTO and Chief Product Officer, Docker

Open collaboration is the heart and soul of Docker the business
Since it was first conceived, Docker has been by design both an open-source project and a marketable product, according to Solomon Hykes, founder and chief technical officer at Docker Inc. Hykes attributes the success of Docker the product to Docker the project, as well as the fact that the platform has had a completely open and transparent development. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Kiran Kamity
Sr. Director, Head of Container Products, Cisco

Open collaboration is the heart and soul of Docker the business
Since it was first conceived, Docker has been by design both an open-source project and a marketable product, according to Solomon Hykes, founder and chief technical officer at Docker Inc. Hykes attributes the success of Docker the product to Docker the project, as well as the fact that the platform has had a completely open and transparent development. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Dustin Kirkland
Ubuntu Product and Strategy, Canonical Ltd.

Finding the path to expedited container app expansions, updates
As the interest of users and developers continues to grow for virtualized environments to manage containers in application structuring, those who have been working with containers for years now find themselves poised to deliver their experience to those who are just starting. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Swamy Kocherlakota
Global Head of Infrastructure & Operations, Visa


Mazda Maravasti
CEO, appLariat


Scott McCarty
Technical Product Marketing, RedHat

Containers in dynamic interactions: The Linux comeback
While the open-source community is still discovering new opportunities for container technology’s methods for virtualizing software application deployments, its ancestor the Linux kernel OS, first released in 1991, isn’t old news just yet, according to Scott McCarty, technical product marketing, containers, at Red Hat Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Joep Piscaer
CTO, OGD


Giorgio Regni
CTO, Scality

Flexibility, security drive container deployment in multiple environments
It’s good that containers, a virtualization method for deploying and running software apps, allow an application to run on a wide range of systems, because companies don’t all use the same platforms. Instead of developing on one environment and then porting code to another, companies can deploy the same code they write. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Marianna Tessel
EVP of Strategic Development, Docker


John White
VP Product Strategy, Expedient


Bradley Wong
Director of Product Management, Docker


Steve Herrod
Managing Director, General Catalyst



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