Here is a list of blogs I have written on containers:

Running systemd in a non-privileged container

Secure Your Containers with this One Weird Trick

Introducing the Atomic command

Introducing a Super Privileged Container Concept

Keeping Up with Docker Security

Logging Docker Container Output to journald

Hey Container Community, Let's Talk about Labels

Why Red Hat is Shipping Docker 1.6

Using Volumes with Docker can Cause Problems with SELinux

Why we don't let non-root users run Docker in CentOS, Fedora, or RHEL

Making Docker images read-only in production

How to Run a More Secure Non-Root User Container

Practical SELinux and Containers

Extending SELinux Policy for Containers

What does --selinux-enabled do?

Project Atomic Docker Patches

docker-selinux changed to container-selinux

What is the spc_t container type, and why didn't we just run as unconfined_t?

Fun with bash, or how I wasted an hour trying to debug some SELinux test scripts.

Passing Unix Socket File Descriptors between containers processes blocked by SELinux.

Its a good thing SELinux blocks access to the docker socket.

How come MCS Confinement is not working in SELinux even in enforcing mode?

libselinux is a liar!!! On an SELinux enabled machine, why does getenforce in a docker container say it is disabled?

nsenter gains SELinux support

Are Docker containers really secure?

Bringing new security features to Docker

How to grant rights to users to use Docker in Fedora

Tuning Docker with the newest security enhancements

Docker security in the future