Month: October 2020

What you need to know about upcoming Docker Hub rate limiting

On August 13th, we announced the implementation of rate limiting for Docker container pulls for some users. Beginning November 2, Docker will begin phasing in limits of Docker container pull requests for anonymous and free authenticated users.  The limits will be gradually reduced over a number of weeks until the final levels (where anonymous users …

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Checking Your Current Docker Pull Rate Limits and Status

Continuing with our move towards consumption-based limits, customers will see the new rate limits for Docker pulls of container images at each tier of Docker subscriptions starting from November 2, 2020.  Anonymous free users will be limited to 100 pulls per six hours, and authenticated free users will be limited to 200 pulls per six …

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13 Dreadful Website Redesign Mistakes To Avoid In 2021

A website is the face of your business. Whether it is a big billion-dollar firm like Amazon or a freelancer showing his portfolio, a website is an indispensable part of your company that helps increase potential clients’ interest regarding your business. Over time, like any other technology variant, web technology also keeps on changing and …

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Kubernetes Best Practices for Enhanced Cluster Efficiency

With containerization quickly changing architectural patterns of application development, the Kubernetes platform continues to be its flag-bearer. Based on Forrester’s 2020 Container Adoption Survey, roughly 65% of surveyed organizations are already using, or are planning to use, container orchestration tools as part of their IT transformation strategy. In all likelihood, the popularity of Kubernetes will …

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Are You Following These Jenkins Best Practices?

The need for seamless collaboration has driven us closer to the best possible orchestration tools around, specifically Continuous Integration (CI) & Continuous Delivery (CD) tools. Amongst all the competition, Jenkins has emerged with a unanimous popular vote! In fact, it is so popular that it is the go-to DevOps automation tool for many software development …

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Docker’s Next Chapter: Our First Year

2020 has been quite the year. Pandemic, lockdowns, virtual conferences and back-to-back Zoom meetings. Global economic pressures, confinement and webcams aside, we at Docker have been focused on delivering what we set out to do when we announced Docker’s Next Chapter: Advancing Developer Workflows for Modern Apps last November 2019. I wish to thank the …

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