From a “humble” $762 million in 2016, containers are predicted to grow faster than any other technology this year (as well as the next) and are on the way to become a $2.7B industry by 2020.
In just about a week we will be live on stage at BlackHat 2017 with this tersely titled talk: Well that Escalated Quickly! How Abusing Docker API Led to Remote Code Execution Same Origin Bypass and[…]
Last week I attended DockerCon along with many of my colleagues at Aqua. It was a great event, with over 5,000 attendees, making it the biggest DockerCon ever. Also, this year 20% of attendees[…]
Would you ever give your keys to a stranger? That’s exactly what someone at IBM did: they left private keys to the Docker host environment in IBM’s Data Science Experience service accessible to[…]
2016 was a big year for the virtual container space, and 2017 looks even more promising. The industry saw tremendous growth and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Containers, being still[…]
Security is the enterprise’s foremost concern on its way to production adoption of container technology. However, security is never a one-off deal, and in the context of the still nascent[…]
Docker is but a 3-year-old toddler, but this toddler seems to be on steroids… growing at a pace reminiscent of Species (not that Moby Dock would ever turn into Natasha Henstridge, or start seeking[…]