It’s a new year, and we’ve got some new Docker Extensions to share with you! Docker extensions build new functionality into Docker Desktop, extend its existing capabilities, and allow you to discover and integrate additional tools that you’re already using with Docker. Let’s take a look at our exciting new extensions from January.
And if you’d like to see everything available, check out our full Extensions Marketplace!
Deploy production-grade Kubernetes with no code
Are you new to Kubernetes, but need to deploy something to production? With the harpoon extension for Docker Desktop, you can use a no-code solution to deploy any software in seconds. It’s even great for a seasoned pro, as it has all the features you need to be successful in deploying and configuring your software.
With the harpoon extension, you can:
- Deploy your software to the cloud
- Monitor your software in real time
- Be notified if there is a problem
Manage and run cloud applications locally
Do you need configuration profiles, container logs, and more locally? With LocalStack for Docker Desktop, you can now easily manage your LocalStack instance. Using the LocalStack extension enables a highly efficient and fully local development and testing loop for you and your team.
With the LocalStack extension, you can:
- Control LocalStack: Start, stop, and restart LocalStack from the Docker Desktop. You can also see the current status of your LocalStack instance and navigate to LocalStack Web Application.
- Get LocalStack insights: You can see the log information of the LocalStack instance and all the available services and their status on the service page.
- Manage LocalStack configurations: You can manage and use your profiles via configurations and create new configurations for your LocalStack instance.
Check out the latest Docker Extensions with Docker Desktop
Docker is always looking for ways to improve the developer experience. Check out these resources for more info on extensions:
- Install Docker Desktop for Mac, Windows, or Linux to try extensions yourself.
- Visit our Extensions Marketplace to see all of our extensions.
- Learn about building your own extension with our Quick Start page.
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