Docker is the world's leading software container platform to build, ship, and run any app anywhere.
Docker is a container platform provider that addresses every application across the hybrid cloud, making it possible for developers to build and manage applications within software containers.
By using this container, developers and system administrators can manage their apps without the need for any additional hardware or even spinning up a virtual server. Docker provides them the solution to package apps with all of their dependencies into a standardized unit for software development, making it simpler and safer to deploy their technology.
Container platform is not only a piece of technology, it offers sustainable advantages to its users by providing all features an enterprise operation requires such as security, governance, automation, support, and certification. Docker modernizes traditional apps, supports cloud migration, enables a true separation of concerns to accelerate the adoption of DevOps processes, as well as enabling microservices application development.
Docker offers free community edition, and paid enterprise edition.
Secure container engine with networking, security, and storage.
Docker Certified infrastructure, plugins and containers.
Private image registry with caching.
Integrated app and cluster management across Swarm and Kubernetes.
Enhanced RBAC, LDAP/AD support.
Integrated secrets management, image signing policy.
.Secure multi-tenancy with node-based isolation.
Policy-based, automated image promotions.
Image mirroring across registries.
Image security scanning and continuous vulnerability scanning.
Yes, it offers API.
Support: Technical Support, Community, Phone Support, Training, Knowledge Base, Webinars, Videos.
This service is generally used as a software container platform to build, ship, and run apps.
Integrations: Slack, Java 10.
Docker is available for a wide range of operating systems for desktops, VMs, servers and cloud laaS - each optimized for and integrated with the target infrastructure.
Main users of Docker are developers and system administrators in enterprises of all sizes.