Join us for the first Docker Workshop in San Francisco. Learn, hack, build, and meet the Docker team!
The day will conclude with talks from the CoreOS and MailGun teams.There will be different groups, hacking on different subjects. Please tell us the class you want to attend when you RSVP.
NOTE: the morning is for beginners only. Afternoon is mixed level.
We will be hosted by Geekdom San Francisco, food by dotCloud & Docker, drinks by Rackspace.
Morning: starts at 10:30 am
10:30 - Docker Basics (class A)
11:30 - Pause / Chat
11:45 - Building containers and pushing to the index (class B)
12:45 - Lunch
Afternoon: starts at 14:00
14:00 - Docker basics (class C*)
14:00 - Building containers and pushing to the index (class D*)
14:00 - Using the Registry (class E)
14:00 - The Dockerfile syntax (class F)
15:00 - Pause / Chat
15:30 - Build your own SaaS with Docker (class G)
15:30 - Docker and Openstack (class H)
15:30 - Advanced Docker Level Q&A (class I)
Talks: starts at 18:00 (Class J)
18:00 Brandon/Alex from CoreOS** will talk about service discovery
18:30 Sasha from MailGun*** will talk about how they use Docker at MailGun
19:30 - End
* class C is the same as class A & class D is the same as class B. This is meant for beginners who could not attend the morning classes.
Docker is an open-source project to easily create lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers from any application. The same container that a developer builds and tests on a laptop can run at scale, in production, on VMs, bare metal, OpenStack clusters, public clouds and more. Read more
Docker website: http://www.docker.io
About Geekdom San Francisco (host)
Geekdom SF is a collaborative workspace for developers and startups alike. They give you easy access to the right people to scale your idea faster.
Geekdom SF website: http://geekdom.com/san-francisco
About Rackspace (drinks)
Hundreds of thousands of businesses trust Rackspace, the open cloud company. Get cloud, managed and hybrid hosting all backed by Fanatical Support.
Rackspace website: http://www.rackspace.com/
About CoreOS (talk)
CoreOS is Linux for massive server deployments. DoreOS is Docker compatible and built for running containers. Use docker as a package manager to build and push your app. The primitive of an application is a container, not a one-off package. Build containers using docker, by hand, or however you see fit!
CoreOS was recently covered by WIRED magazine. Read more herer: Linux Hackers Rebuild Internet From Silicon Valley Garage
CoreOS website: http://coreos.com/
About MailGun (talk)
Mailgun is a set of powerful APIs that allow you to send, receive and track email effortlessly.
MailGun website: http://www.mailgun.com/