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Deploy Docker Open Source, or Enterprise. Empowering App Development with Docker

Learn how Docker helps developers bring their ideas to life by conquering the complexity of app development.

Use container virtualisation technology from development to production to build, network, secure, and manage containers. If your organisation needs your apps agile, cloud-ready and secure while maintaining cost efficiency – Docker is for you.

Our services allows your team to ship faster and run the same app, unchanged, on laptops, data center VMs, and any cloud. Furthermore, our experts can help you customize and integrate Docker to meet both IT and business needs for your solution ongoing development needs.

Services

Build images

Deploy to any orchestration platform

Implementation

Setting up and configuring Docker in your environment. 

Managed Services

Support engine and application containerization. Training for Docker Containers – CI/CD and QA Automation.

Customization

Developing customized plugins and APIs for seamless Docker integration within your environment.

Consulting

We can help you navigate the tricky path to faster application development and delivery. Our Docker experts can recommend the right tools and methodologies for your team so you can build and ship faster.

 


Is a well known DevOps technology suite that allows DevOps teams to build and run distributed applications fast and efficiently. It works on the concept of virtualization at the process level. Docker creates isolated environments for container apps to eliminate the conflicts between the apps. Isolating applications into separate containers makes applications portable make them more secure as well.

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Advanced developer workflows for modern applications.

Traditional Approach
  • Manually build images. Manually building images locally and pushing to repositories is not reliable and slows development time.
  • Manually execute tests. Setting up continuous integration (CI) is hard and not easily automated.
  • Disconnected app delivery workflows. Lack of seamless workflow integration between development and CI/CD tools slows app delivery.
Docker Approach
  • Automated builds. Integrates with GitHub and Bitbucket to automatically build images from source code and automatically push them to your Docker Hub repo.
  • Automated tests. Easily integrate your source code repository and automatically run tests on each pull request.
  • Webhooks. Easily integrate with your favorite tools with API-based automated HTTP callbacks.

Docker provides flexible image management. It maintains a private registry to store, manage images, and to configure image caches. Allows you to all together create your own images or to modify the current ones as per the requirements. Docker is the first one that has made containerization popular in the IT world. It facilitates faster deployment, makes distributed development possible, and automates the deployment of the apps. Docker apps are OS and platform-independent and easily integrated with cloud computing. All popular cloud providers like Google and AWS have added support for Docker.

Focus on development rather than setting up development environments.

Traditional Approach
  • Manual configuration. Setting up development environments is a tedious process and takes too much time.
  • Lack of portability. Inconsistent development environments slows down onboarding and development productivity.
  • Too much setup complexity. Lack of development platform support for your tools and frameworks limits your choices and introduces inconsistencies.
Docker Approach
  • Declare dev environment using Docker containers. Get up and running in minutes using Docker images to setup a containerized development environment.
  • Consistency and standards. Standardize your development environments across machines so you can run from the same starting point every time.
  • Simplicity and choice. Enjoy portability across your on-prem and cloud environments without limiting your choice of tools, frameworks, and languages.

The Docker engine is the beating heart of the modern DevOps app platform – providing the vital connection between developer and IT, Linux and Windows. The technology is as much at home supporting both traditional and microservices architectures in either a cloud, physical bare metal server or hybrid architecture.

Simplify remote development across teams.

Developing apps today requires so much more than writing code. Multiple languages, frameworks, architectures, and discontinuous interfaces between tools for each lifecycle stage creates enormous complexity. Docker simplifies and accelerates your workflow, while giving developers the freedom to innovate with their choice of tools, application stacks, and deployment environments for each project.
Traditional Approach
  • Self-managed container registry. Operating your own self-managed container registry is costly and complex.
  • Lack of access controls for sharing images. No simple way to grant and manage access to shared images across teams.
  • Lack of automated notifications. Manually checking build status across multiple communication channels slows team productivity.
Docker Approach
  • Cloud-managed container registry service. Securely store images in a fully-managed Docker container registry without the need to scale the underlying infrastructure.
  • Organizational access control. Configure role-based access to securely share Docker images using Organizations and Teams.
  • Slack integration. Enables automated and centralized communication directly into your Slack channels for image builds and updates.

In 2013, Docker introduced what would become the industry standard for containers. Containers are a standardized unit of software that allows developers to isolate their app from its environment, solving the “it works on my machine” headache. For millions of developers today, Docker is the de facto standard to build and share containerized apps - from desktop, to the cloud. We are building on our unique connected experience from code to cloud for developers and developer teams.

Docker offers free plans for individual developers and teams just starting out. Also have monthly plans for teams of developers with more advanced requirements.  Learn more about our free, professional, and team subscriptions.

Similar to Docker, Kubernetes has also been one of the most liked container based technology. Google used Kubernetes internally for about 15 years of experience before finally open sourcing it. As we can imagine Google probably has the highest production workload given that Google.com and Youtube.com are the two top websites in the world currently (July, 2018). 

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