Docker Linux Distributions that work with Kubernetes: LinuxKit

Anthony Chow

Watch Justin Cormack speak about the ins and outs of Linuxkit. Linuxkit provides a Docker-native experience in IT infrastructures that include a variety of OS’s which are not bundled with a native version of Linux...

Container Security with Dan Walsh

Anthony Chow

There are several factors to consider when securing containerized applications. Where containers are deployed, how they are isolated and which capabilities to disable are important steps to take to ensure that your dockerized applications are secure.

Container networking with no overlay on AWS VPC!

Bryan Boreham

Last week we announced a new option for users who run their container infrastructure entirely within Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Weave Net now allows you to connect Docker containers directly to AWS VPC...

DockerCon 2016: Weave Cloud and Weave Net 1.6

Sonja Schweigert

At DockerCon today we announced the public beta of Weave Cloud, a microservices console allowing developers and operations to quickly connect, visualize and monitor containers and microservices, regardless of the orchestrator....

Docker Multicast Networking: Maximum Warp Speed

Bryan Boreham

Weave Net is unique among Docker container networking solutions in that it supports multicast networking. In multicast, a sender can transmit data once and have it delivered to multiple receivers in a multicast group. It’s...

We have excellent talks and demos for you at Kubecon London

Alexis Richardson

KubeCon 2016 promises to be one of the best tech events this year. We’ll be there!  And we have some amazing talks for you to see – and people for you to meet. Friends of Weaveworks get a discount – at the end of this post, find out...

How Weave built a cloud deployment for Scope using Kubernetes

Peter Bourgon

This was originally posted on the Kubernetes blog. Earlier this year at Weaveworks we launched Weave Scope, an open source solution for visualization and monitoring of containerised apps and services. Recently we released a hosted Scope...

Weave Scope 0.11 adds terminals for your Docker containers

Paul Bellamy

  Weave Scope is a zero-config, drop-in solution for mapping and monitoring your Docker containers, and the easiest way to visualize your cloud-native application. Today, we’re releasing Weave Scope 0.11 with the added ability to get...

Weave Scope gets your Docker containers under control

Tom Wilkie

Weave Scope is a zero-config, drop-in solution for mapping and monitoring your Docker containers, and the easiest way to visualize your cloud-native application. Weave Scope 0.10 is out today and introduces some exciting new features:...

Life and Docker Networking - One Year On

Alexis Richardson

Welcome to Docker 1.9 Today Docker has released Docker 1.9, which includes advances in Docker Networking. Perhaps the most important is the introduction of a new overlay networking approach to connect docker containers running across...

Docker networking 1.9 and Weave technical deep-dive

Alexis Richardson

This is a technical follow up to the previous post, Life and Docker Networking – One year On. Please note that our goal here, shared with Docker, is to make the customer experience as straightforward as possible. Do get in touch if you...

Automating Weave deployment on Docker hosts with Weave Discovery

Weave Net implements an overlay container network that links together all containers, regardless of where the Docker hosts are running. Weave is designed to work with minimal configuration and zero application changes. So when you add a...

Weave: the fastest path to Docker on Amazon EC2 Container Service

Today, Weaveworks is making it even faster and easier to deploy and see Docker container applications on Amazon Web Services’ EC2 Container Service (ECS). We’re delighted to be one of the launch Container Partners in the ECS marketplace,...

Bridge over Troubled Weavers

Bryan Boreham

When we originally shipped Weave Net, there were a couple of things that people looked for extra help with: giving each container a unique IP address running containers using the Docker CLI or remote API, not via our weave script...

How Capgemini Apollo Uses Weave

Alexis Richardson

This is a guest blog post by Graham Taylor, Senior Engineer, Capgemini. Graham’s team have created a PaaS, called Apollo.  This aims to be a complete platform for modern ‘cloud native’ applications. Apollo uses Mesos,...

Docker Open Container Project - Please Make It Awesome

Alexis Richardson

I’m live-blogging this from the DockerCon opening keynote in San Francisco.  Docker has announced that it will create the Open Container Project under the Linux Foundation. This is based on news that is breaking in...

Weave as a Docker Network Plugin

Michael Bridgen

The Weave plugin gives you a closer integration with Docker: docker inspect --format=’{{.NetworkSettings.IPAddress}}’ $WOVEN_CONTAINER A while ago I reported on a proof of concept that made Weave act as a Docker extension. Much of the...

Multi-host Docker Deployment with Swarm and Compose Using Weave 0.11

Ilya Dmitrichenko

This is an outdated guide, please find latest version on our website now! http://weave.works/guides/weave-and-docker-platform/index.html In this post I’d like to show how easily one can get up-and-running using Weave with all the latest...

Announcing Weave Scope: Container Visibility

Alexis Richardson

Introducing Weave Scope Today we are launching the second big piece of Weave. Weave Scope automatically generates a map of your containers, enabling you to intuitively understand, monitor, and control your applications.  It is...

Another Platform Uses Weave - Now at Capgemini

Alexis Richardson

Today Cap Gemini announced Apollo.  According to the project lead Graham Taylor, this is “a platform for running your next generation web services and applications”.  Using Weave, Mesos, Consul and Docker, they have created...