Hi Sumo's, Docker is used in so many ways, and not just by developers. (I recently found a list of top 10 open-source project management tools you can download from Docker Hub.) So my question for the community is, how are you using Docker stats to gain insights into your Docker ecosystem and inform your decisions? To make things interesting, we'll be giving away this beauty to someone who can provide the most thrilling story. Yes this is the DJI Phantom 3 Standard Quadcopter Drone with 2.7K HD Video Camera! (https://www.amazon.com/DJI-Phantom-Standard-Quadcopter-Camera/dp/B013U0F6EQ) Contest rules Winner will be selected based on the following criteria: --You have to be a user of Sumo and Docker --To enter the contest, please post as a comment on this thread. --Your post must provide enough detail to be useful to others (posting something like "We use Sumo to look through our Docker logs, and it's great!" is simply not enough) --We'll weigh our own editorial judgment and community reactions to the post (in the form of comments or "likes") to select one that's most interesting, useful and detailed --Posts that include something that others can use (query, dashboard, etc) will be rated higher --Extra points for something innovative! --You don't have to be present at DockerCon to win - but you do have to be a member of Sumo Dojo, our online community --Submissions will be open until June 30th, and winner will be announced in mid-July. --Reminder: please don't post any confidential or proprietary information Docker eBook Thanks to everyone who contributed ideas thus far. The new eBook has just been released - just in time for DockerCon. Check it out attached below.
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