Earlier this week, we sponsored the 2017 Docker Federal Summit. It’s great to see the continuously growing interest in Docker within the government, something we’ve seen first hand. Some of our earliest customers were government agencies and we’ve been proud to build tools to help them protect their agencies and mission networks.
Of course, the new NIST Container Security Guide (SP800-190) was also a common conversation topic and we’re already getting some great comments on the public draft (please keep them coming!). We also had a lot of customers stop by to talk about some of the new capabilities we’ve built with a focus on Federal customers, like our native support for smart card (PIV / CAC) authentication, OpenSCAP integration, and our new Compliance Explorer.
The highlight of the day for me was definitely the panel. It was interesting to hear how JIDO, DHS, GSA, and our partner Booz Allen Hamilton are using containers to solve real world problems across many different agencies and missions. It was a proud moment for us at Twistlock to see some of our government friends on the panel sharing their experiences and leading the way!
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