Speaker: Brad Urani - Director of Engineering for Upside
We know what makes Docker great for managing server applications: isolated processes, file systems and IO. Those capabilities also make it great for building non-conflicting, immutable development environments.
In this presentation Brad Urani - Director of Engineering for Upside - will demonstrate how to build a Docker-based development environment and how to upload it to a private Docker repository to be shared among team members.
We'll see how we can run multiple versions of Ruby on Rails and MySql side-by-side without conflict and how we can use Vagrant as a scriptable shareable host VM for Docker on your development operating system of choice.
We'll also look at Shipyard, a web interface for Docker. Regardless of what technologies you use, you'll love how Docker keeps things separate, shareable and immutable.