On August 31st, 2021, we announced updates to our product subscription tiers. These changes are helping us to deliver on our mission to simplify application development and remove complexities for developers, while also providing the security and scale businesses rely on.
With four different subscription options: Personal, Pro, Team, and Business, it might be difficult to choose which tier is right for you. So to help you pick the best option, we’ve created a Docker Subscription Cheat Sheet. It highlights some of the key differences between each subscription tier, and who each might be best suited for.
Docker Desktop is included with every subscription tier
Before you dive into the full document, it’s important to note that Docker Desktop is included with each subscription tier. We recently wrote a blog that covers all the magic behind the scenes of Docker Desktop, where Docker PM, Ben Gotch wrote:
“Great developer tools are magic for new developers and save experienced developers a ton of time. This is what we set out to do with Docker Desktop. Docker Desktop is designed to let you build, share and run containers as easily on Mac and Windows as you do on Linux. Docker handles the tedious and complex setup so you can focus on writing code.”