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Google's Cloud Platform + Docker at GoogleSF

Join us for and exciting talk with engineers from Google and Docker.  This event will be hosted at Google's office in San Francisco. Members of both the Docker team and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) team will be giving an Introduction to Docker and GCP and how they work together. After the demo, all the speakers will be answering specific questions from the audience.


6:30 opening door: Networking + Dinner (1 hour)

7:30 Keynote / Introduction

8:00 Introduction to Docker (20min)

8:20 Introduction to GCE (20min)

8:40 Demo Docker + GCE (20min)

9:00 Panel and Q&A (1hour)

10:00 Chat / Networking

About Google Compute Platform

Google Cloud Platform enables developers to build, test and deploy applications on Google’s highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure. Choose from computing, storage and application services for your web, mobile and backend solutions. Read more

About Docker

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

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  • Steve B.

    Thanks for putting on the meetup!

    Lots more information about the architectural underpinnings of Docker would have been welcome. The Docker on Google Cloud was de rigueur, but not as relevant as more information on Docker itself. (Sorry, but the presentation on the integration of a registry was weak as previous comment notes.)

    Given three topics, Docker, Docker on GCE, and LMCTFY, left me wondering about roadmap questions about Docker/LMCTFY overlaps and futures (if any, or is benign co-existence the goal?)

    Lastly, if Docker 0.x has so many things wanting to be done before giving it a "production" go-ahead, some discussion of roadmap, dates, cross architecture certification programs, etc. would have been useful. E.g. not just what's technically missing, but what's organizationally missing.

    Caveat - this was my first exposure to Docker, I'm sure some of this information is available, but it would have been good to include in an "Intro to Docker" presentation.


    March 28, 2014

  • Johnny L.

    Can someone +1 for me

    March 27, 2014

  • Jack "Fuching" C.

    I'd really like to attend. Is RSVP still closed? Anybody got an extra +1 for me?

    March 27, 2014

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