Your First Application on Docker Enterprise Edition in Microsoft Azure

Wednesday, June 20th 11AM PDT | 2PM EDT

In our first two webinars in this series we talked about why customers are using Docker Enterprise Edition on Microsoft Azure and how to build a secure application environment that incorporates Visual Studio Team Services workflows. Now it’s time to show you how to move your first application on to the Docker Enterprise Edition container platform in Microsoft Azure. We will share best practices for using Docker Trusted Registry together with Azure Storage to store up to a half-petabyte of image storage; Docker’s Hostname Routing Mesh (HRM) for easy application access through a secured Azure Load Balancer and lastly, we will cover using Microsoft Operations Management Suite to monitor a Docker Enterprise Edition Cluster. This webinar is part three in a three-part webinar series to educate customers on Docker Enterprise Edition and integration with Microsoft Azure.

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Captains on Deck: Kubernetes on Docker for Mac

Office Hours with the Docker Captains
 
Wednesday, June 21st 9AM PDT | 12PM EDT

Do you have a question about Kubernetes on Docker for Mac? Join Docker Captains Arun Gupta (Principal Open Source Technologist, AWS) and Ajeet Singh Raina (Technical Lead Engineer, Dell) on Thursday, June 21st to get your questions answered live during our Docker Captain Office Hours.

Arun and Ajeet will be on deck to answer your questions and walk through their learnings. Start sending your questions to @arungupta and @ajeetsraina with hashtag #captainsondeck or email them to vanessa_gatewood@docker.com.

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How Docker Gets Your Apps off Windows 2003 and Into the Cloud 

Wednesday, June 27th 11AM PDT | 2PM EDT
 
You can run any kind of server application in a Windows Docker container. The app doesn't need to be new, and you don't need to change any code to run it inside a container. In this webinar, you'll see how to take an app which is manually deployed onto Windows Server 2003, and migrate it to Docker. Then you can run the app in a container on Windows Server 2016 on bare metal or a VM in the datacenter, or in any cloud. And developers can run the exact same version of the app using Docker for Windows on their Windows 10 laptops.