Delayed for one day, the major Docker 1.11 release of the open-source application container engine has been released today, April 13, 2016, and has been made available for download for all supported platforms.
Docker 1.11 is the result of a month's work, during which it received a total of five RC (Release Candidate) builds. It has thus brought over 90 changes amongst various areas of the Linux container engine, including but not limited to builder, client, distribution, logging, networking, plugins, runtime, security, and volumes. But as usual, the biggest change is addressed to Linux users.
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