Modern Apps are Essential for Digital Transformation
But it’s complicated.
Modern apps are at the core of innovation, but they are as complex as the organizations that build, share, and run them. In an era where all companies are becoming software companies modern apps empower developers and operators to innovate quickly.
What is a modern app?
Modern apps encompass new apps and existing apps that require new capabilities; they are distributed and require microservice-based architectures for agile delivery and testing, greater resiliency and access to cloud-based services.
If that weren’t enough, they also require a diverse set of tools, languages, and frameworks for developers, and cloud and Kubernetes environments for operators. Good thing Docker knows how to make complicated things simple.
The Docker Platform standardizes the way you build, share, and run software
It’s a beautiful thing.
The Docker Platform replaces application development and infrastructure complexity with progressive innovation. You can build, share, and run all your modern applications with the broad portfolio of people, systems, partnerships that you have in place today. The Docker Platform is the only independent container platform that gives you the flexibility to use the tools, languages, frameworks, clouds and Kubernetes environments of your choice.
Modern Apps, Accelerating Business Innovation
Carnival is able to create a unique vacation experience on its ships by consolidating access to over 300 services into a single, wearable medallion. That’s 11.5M happy guests.
Liberty Mutual moved 30% of its apps to the cloud while deploying over 6,000 business services. With the Docker Platform, they built a “multi-lane highway” that enables both traditional applications and new microservices to modernize at different speeds according to their needs.
The Docker Platform makes Nationwide’s digital transformation initiatives and a cloud and container - first, strategy possible. With plans to move 800+ apps to the cloud, Nationwide achieved 100x faster delivery of its modern apps, and save $2 million per year in application TCO.