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Improving Docker Security with Authenticated Volumes

Application containers are gaining traction in the IT community. However, at the last Container Summit in NYC, Dave Bartoletti of Forrester Research cited that 53% of companies claim that security is the top deployment concern [...]

Multi-host Volumes Semantics with Docker 1.9

Multi-host Volumes Blockbridge volumes work in both single and multi-host Docker environments. In this post we’ll describe how it all works and the key semantics that you need to be aware of for Docker [...]

In Depth Look at Blockbridge Storage Profiles

In version 3.0 of the Blockbridge Volume Driver, we introduced Storage Profiles. This post goes into detail on what Storage Profiles are and how to use them. What are Storage Profiles? Storage Profiles [...]

Announcing Docker Volume Driver 3.0

The 3rd major release of the Blockbridge Docker Volume Driver! Blockbridge consistently releases volume driver updates in support of new Docker functionality. Version 3.0 of the volume driver continues this trend with enhanced support [...]

The Blockbridge Command Line Tools

We are pleased to announce general availability of the Blockbridge Command Line Tools. This set of tools communicates directly with the Blockbridge REST API. They're written in Ruby to operate seamlessly on a variety of [...]

Running Blockbridge in Docker: Alive in 5!

This post provides a step-by-step guide for installing the Blockbridge simulator. The simulator makes it easy to try Elastic Programmable Storage (EPS) in a non-production environment. You can use the simulator to try our [...]

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