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Disruption can come from anywhere. The best way to prepare your organization for disruption is to have a containerization strategy that allows you to rapidly adapt and respond to technology changes.
More than just adopting containers as an application format, a containerization strategy allows you to map your business and technical requirements to a comprehensive plan that includes people, processes and technology.
By working with you to align your digital objectives to key projects that can be enabled, accelerated and optimized with containerization, Docker will deliver a value-based technology roadmap targeted to the needs of your business.
Over 60% of CIOs (source: Forrester) are reporting that they are already behind on their digital initiatives.
Docker works with you to design a roadmap for digital transformation that provides immediate value that continues to grow at the pace your business requires.
A Docker containerization strategy for you and your organization considers the current and future state of four critical cornerstones of your environment:
The Docker containerization journey first starts with the applications you already have. It creates immediate impact by dramatically reducing your costs and risk in operating these applications without recoding.
With Docker Enterprise container platform and our Professional Service Team, we will take you from initial planning to pilot to production at scale. Docker’s team will guide you through your journey with field-tested solutions that will deliver measurable outcomes.
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