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on May 26, 2021
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With DockerCon just a day away, let’s not forget to give a big THANK YOU to all our sponsors. As our ecosystem partners, they play a central role in our strategy to deliver the best developer experience from local desktop to cloud, and/or to offer best-in-class solutions to help you build apps faster, easier and […]

on Jan 26, 2021
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Today, Docker and JFrog announced a new partnership to ensure developers can benefit from integrated innovation across both companies’ offerings. This partnership sets the foundation for ongoing integration and support to help organizations increase both the velocity and quality of modern app development. The objective of this partnership is simple: how can we ensure developers […]

on Jan 11, 2021
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As the calendar leaves 2020 in the rear view mirror, we’re looking forward to the year ahead. And as part of this, today we’re announcing the dates for DockerCon Live 2021. DockerCon Live will take place on May 27th, 2021. Sign up here to pre-register for the event! Once again, DockerCon Live will be a […]

on Dec 1, 2020
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This is the busiest time of the year for developers targeting AWS. Just over a week ago we announced the GA of Docker Compose for AWS, and this week we’re getting ready to virtually attend AWS re:Invent. re:Invent is the annual gathering of the entire AWS community and ecosystem to learn what’s new, get the […]

on Nov 24, 2020
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Today, we are thrilled to announce that Canonical will distribute its free and commercial software through Docker Hub as a Docker Verified Publisher. Canonical and Docker will partner together to ensure that hardened free and commercial Ubuntu images will be available to all developer software supply chains for multi-cloud app development.  Canonical is the publisher […]

on Nov 12, 2020
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As we have been implementing rate limiting on Docker Hub for free anonymous and authenticated image pulls, we’ve heard a lot of questions from our users about how this will affect them. And we’ve also heard a number of statements that are inaccurate or misleading about the potential impacts of the change. I want to […]

on Nov 3, 2020
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The gradual enforcement of the Docker Hub progressive rate limiting enforcement on container image pulls for anonymous and free users began Monday, November 2nd. The next three hour enforcement window on Wednesday, November 4th from 9am to 12 noon Pacific time. During this window, the eventual final limit of 100 container pull requests per six […]

on Oct 30, 2020
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On August 13th, we announced the implementation of rate limiting for Docker container pulls for some users. Beginning November 2, Docker will begin phasing in limits of Docker container pull requests for anonymous and free authenticated users.  The limits will be gradually reduced over a number of weeks until the final levels (where anonymous users […]

on Oct 19, 2020
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We are excited to be a gold sponsor of the inaugural SnykCon virtual conference, a free online event from Snyk taking place this week on October 21-22, 2020. The conference will look at best practices and technologies for integrating development and security teams, tools, and processes, with a specific nod of the secure use of […]