vSphere Docker Volume Service is now Docker…

vSphere Docker Volume Service is now Docker Certified! [blogs.vmware.com/virtualblocks]

vSphere Docker Volume Service is now Docker…

We are happy to announce that VMware has joined Docker Certification Program and vSphere Docker Volume Service (vDVS) plugin is now available on Docker Store!


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Docker Datacenter (installation)

When you want to apply for the Docker Datacenter trial, you first have to create a Docker ID accoun tand then you can register for the trial. After you have completed your trial subscription, you get access to the installation pages for the Datacenter suite.
The installation is split up in four steps
1 Install Commercial Engine
2 Install DTR + UCP
3 Add license
4 Secure and Configure

In this post I want to adress the first three steps. The commercial engine is supported on the following operating systems:

In my setup is chose Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. The commands that you need to install the commercial engine are provided on the Docker site. When you are finished installing the Docker engine, your can proceed with installing the Docker Trusted Registry and after that Docker Universal Control Plane (UCP) . Before you start installing UCP, make sure that the required firewall ports are opened. If you are running Docker Trusted Registry and UCP on the same machine, like I did, you have to specify a different management port for UCP as both are default using 443. You can do this by adding the following option to the command –controller-port “port nummer”

dockerucp

 

 

When you are finished installing you can logon to the management portal, upload your license and start using Docker Datacenter. If you subscribe for the Docker Datacenter trial, Docker sends you in the days after 6 Docker Datacenter Challenges which help you with getting value out of Docker Datacenter.

 

Docker Datacenter

Last week, Docker released the Docker Datacenter suite. Docker Datacenter is based on the commercial engine of Docker and contains Docker Trusted Registry and Docker Universal Control Plane. This solution is meant to run in your own datacenter or in your own virtual private cloud. Docker Trusted Registry is used to store the images and support security or regulatory compliance requirements. Docker Universal Control Plane provides a containter management platform for your on premise docker environment or for your virtual private cloud container environment.  two days ago Docker released Docker Universal Control Plane 1.01.
Docker offers a 30 day trial of their Docker Datacenter suite. I coming weeks I will post my findings regarding the installation and configuration of this suite.

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