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Containers are like "The Truman Show"
THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE RSVP USING THIS LINK https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-richmond-presents-containers-are-like-the-truman-show For the young people - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Truman_Show Rather than focusing on Docker itself, we’ll dig into the nitty-gritty of how containers work under the hood. What are they? How did they come about? We’ll dive into the linux concepts like namespaces, chroot, and cgroups that make containers happen, and poke around into containers without a friendly CLI like the docker client. If containers feel like magic to you and you want to gain a linux-rooted understanding of containers, then this talk is for you. We're privileged to have one of our own members, Vish (https://twitter.com/vishcious), deliver the presentation for this event. Agenda 6:30 pm: Eat food and hang out 7:00 pm: Presentation from Vish 8:00 pm: Q&A - hangout --- Hosted By John Zaccone, Community Leader hayden.braxton.dev, Community Leader Todd Dube, Sr Solution Architect --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE RSVP USING THIS LINK https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-richmond-presents-containers-are-like-the-truman-show

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Unboxed Technology

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What we're about

Learn, Collaborate & Dockerize! Meet other developers and ops engineers in your community that are using and learning about Docker. Docker is an open platform that helps you build, ship and run applications anytime and anywhere. Developers use Docker to modify code and to streamline application development, while operations gain support to quickly and flexibly respond to their changing needs. Docker ensures agility, portability and control for all your distributed apps.

Docker is also the main sponsor of the Moby Project, an open framework to assemble specialized container systems without reinventing the wheel. More information available at http://mobyproject.org/

Learn more about the Docker Community at https://www.docker.com/docker-community

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