Learn how the Docker secure supply chain delivers greater transparency and security to your containerized applications
With Docker, you get an integrated security framework for delivering safer applications and improving policy automation without sacrificing performance. Docker adds an extra layer of protection that travels with your applications in a secure supply chain that traverses any infrastructure and across the application lifecycle.
And with a single interface and centrally-managed content, you get a seamless workflow that improves governance and ensures compliance across your whole organization.
Docker Enterprise oversees your containerized applications at scale, interweaving flexible governance rules with your existing policies. For example, your container images automatically go in and out of checkpoints based upon policy-driven rule sets that determine how content progresses through Trusted Registries from development into production securely.
Docker Enterprise offers cryptographic digital signing to confirm container image provenance and authenticity - in effect providing your operations team with details about the author of an application and confirming that it hasn’t been tampered with or modified in any way.
Docker Enterprise provides default configurations that offer greater protection for applications running on top of Docker Engine and across both orchestrators Docker Swarm and Kubernetes. The platform establishes strong secure defaults, while still leaving the controls with the admin to change configurations and policies as needed.