Docker is an open-source platform for managing and distributing Linux container applications using a system of clients, images, and registries. It is one platform for managing Linux containers, which are used to build distributed applications that can run as discrete workloads processed on the same Linux operating system kernel.
Docker — Resources about Docker, the popular open source software platform for creating, deploying and managing virtualized application containers on common operating systems, with a broad ecosystem of tools.
Kubernetes — Resources about Kubernetes (also known as "K8s"), an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Kubernetes groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery.
Container Basics — Resources about the basic concepts of container technology - what are containers and their advantages, containers in the context of agile software development and DevOps, container challenges, and how containers interact with IT infrastructure like public and private clouds.
Containers Ops — Resources about the process of managing the capacity, security, performance, and availability of an organization’s container infrastructure across environments and multiple deployment targets like physical servers, virtual machines, and private or public clouds.
Container Security — Resources about the growing concerns about container security, how to detect security vulnerabilities within containers and images, and security best practices such as secrets management, network segmentation and access control.
Container Platforms — Resources about running and managing containers on public cloud environments like AWS and Azure, on operating systems like ContainerLinux and RancherOS and on virtualization frameworks like VMware.
Other Container Engines — Coming Soon: Resources about alternative containers to Docker, including CoreOS rkt, Turbo.net, and Intel Clear Containers.
Other Container Orchestrators — Coming Soon: Resources about alternative container orchestrators to Kubernetes, like OpenShift, MesoSphere DCOS and Apache Mesos.
Container Community and Events — Resources about events, conferences, standards, organizations, communities and websites, in the global container technology community.