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The Rise of the Container Platform
Learn the differences between a container and a container platform and the key requirements around security, operations and orchestration that organizations should be looking for in an enterprise-grade platform.Read the White Paper
The Docker Enterprise Difference
Leading companies rely on our container platform to build, manage and secure all their applications from traditional applications to cutting-edge microservices — and deploy them anywhere.
Eliminates risk by enabling you to start big or small, with legacy or new applications, using any operational model, on any OS, across any infrastructure, whether it be on prem or across multiple clouds with the same Docker experience throughout.
Unifies processes across any architecture, while aligning with existing IT operations so organizations can get applications to market faster, reduce TCO and ease the adoption of new technology as business needs evolve over time.
Docker Simplifies the Developer Experience
Docker provides container software that is ideal for developers and teams looking to get started and experimenting with container-based applications. Docker Desktop provides an integrated container-native development experience; it launches as an application from your Mac or Windows toolbar and provides access to the largest library of community and certified Linux and Windows Server content from Docker Hub.
Still trying to learn more about containers and the difference between a container and a VM? Find out what's possible with Docker Containers.
Discover What Docker Can Do For Your Organization
Applications are the lifeblood of any business.
Companies that outperform in the digital economy manage their applications as business-critical assets that simultaneously delight their customers and outmaneuver their competition. Containerization is a key component of this strategic investment. While developers have long taken advantage of the agility and portability benefits that Docker (Windows Server and Linux) containers provide across the application lifecycle, organizations planning to optimize these applications for their digital and hybrid cloud initiatives require a broader containerization strategy.
Docker Enterprise manages and secures both legacy and new applications, enabling companies to more easily modernize their application environments. Because Docker's container platform is reinforced by the backing of enterprise-grade services and support, organizations have everything they need to create a container strategy.