The docker-selenium project is about packaging selenium grid as Docker containers https://github.com/seleniumhq/docker-selenium. To me this means I don’t have to build any selenium infrastructure machines. I just run the provided images by docker-selenium project.
I don’t have to install selenium jar, java, browsers and other runtime dependencies. They are already built in a docker image and I can just run them as either selenium grid with hub and nodes or as standalone selenium on any docker engine enabled VM. This talk/demo/case study will show you how you can use docker-selenium project to build several pipelines starting from running on your local dev box to public cloud for quick tests and finally to a stable private cloud for your team.
Video producer: http://seleniumconf.org/