The week after the PyConES, I attended to the Codemotion 2015. It is a multitudinary event that summons developers and techies from different communities and languages. The event lasts two days, I was not able to attend on Friday so my review is based exclusively on what I saw on Saturday.
The General session of day two was focused on the solutions layer of the Docker ecosystem:
Mariana Tessel explained the automated builds 2.0, that allow per-repo dedicated builders and dynamic matching (regex for branches and tags), and presented Tutum as the official CaaS (container-as-a-service) provided by Docker and fully integrated with
Scott Johnston (@scottcjohnston) and Nathan McCauley talked about the Docker Trusted Registry and the Docker Universal Control Plane. The latter is promising tool with an appealing web UI focused on deploying containers over different providers (AWS, Azure, DigitalOcean, SoftLayer) using the same Docker API. This tool also ships with secrets management (based on labels), monitoring, integration with LDAP/AD and auditing. You can join the beta at docker.com/try-ducp