Docker for Automating Honeypots or Malware Sandboxes

Docker became very popular in the last few years for being such a flexible tool to isolate processes in so called containers. If you haven’t played with it yet, I highly recommend you to watch my free course on Docker Security. But if you have, I’d like t…

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My Simple Approach to Using Docker and PHP

Getting started with Docker and PHP can still be a steep learning curve. You might feel that you don’t need something like Docker and that Vagrant or full local development work just fine. I still use local development on some projects because the barrier... (more…)

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Announcing Docker Enterprise Edition

Today we are announcing Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), a new version of the Docker platform optimized for business-critical deployments. Docker EE is supported by Docker Inc., is available on certified operating systems and cloud providers and runs certi... (more…)

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Understanding Docker Images

In my last post of this series, we discussed what happens behind the scenes in containers, created them manually (without using Docker), and realized how miserably long it would take for us to create just a bare-minimum of what could be called a con... (more…)

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