Docker is the company driving the container movement and the only container platform provider to address every application across the hybrid cloud. Today’s businesses are under pressure to digitally transform but are constrained by existing applications and infrastructure while rationalizing and increasingly diverse portfolio of clouds, datacenters and application architectures. Docker enables true independence between applications and infrastructure and developers and IT ops to unlock their potential and creates a model for better collaboration and innovation.LEARN MORE ABOUT CONTAINERS
Accelerate software development and deployment by 13X and respond instantly to customer needs.
Eliminate the “works on my machine” once and for all. Gain independence across on-prem and cloud environments.
Deliver applications safer across the entire lifecycle with a built in security capabilities and configurations out of the box.
Optimize the use of your infrastructure resources and streamline operations to save 50% in total costs.
The Docker platform is the only container platform to build, secure and manage the widest array of applications from development to production both on premises and in the cloud. Docker Community Edition [CE] empowers developers with tools to build applications and and Docker Enterprise Edition [EE] provides IT with multi-architecture operations at scale. Docker delivers both an engine for innovation that modernizes without disruption while reducing total costs by more than 50%. Unlike other solutions that specialize in a narrow slice of the enterprise IT portfolio, Docker delivers operations at scale by addressing a diverse set of applications and infrastructure for both developers and IT.
Docker makes powerful tools for application creation and orchestration, accessible to everyone.
Built with open source technology and a modular design makes it easy to integrate into your existing environment.
Docker creates a separation of concerns between developers and IT and between applications and infrastructure to unlock innovation.
Gain visibility, management and security from a universal control plane across all your containerized applications and services.
The container journey starts with the existing applications that run your business. By making them faster, more secure and cheaper to operate, Docker helps free up time and resources to build new applications for your customers. Transform IT without having to re-tool, re-code or re-educate existing applications, policies or staff. Once containerized and on the secure supply chain, Docker uniquely addresses the needs across your IT organization -- from bringing the legacy forward to enabling future development. Accelerate your time to market, time to value and increase return on investment (ROI).
The first step with Docker is to modernize the existing application portfolio. Packaging existing apps into containers immediately improves security, reduce costs, and gain cloud portability. This transformation applies modern properties to legacy applications - all without changing a single line of code.
Cloud migration, multi-cloud or hybrid cloud infrastructure require frictionless portability of applications. Docker packages applications and their dependencies together into an isolated container making them portable to any infrastructure. Eliminate the “works on my machine” problem once and for all. Docker certified infrastructure ensures the containerized applications work consistently.
Integrate modern methodologies and automate development pipelines with the integration of Docker and DevOps. The isolated nature of containers make it conducive to rapidly changing environments by eliminating app conflicts and increasing developer productivity. Docker enables a true separation of concerns to accelerate the adoption of DevOps processes.
Docker containers are lightweight by design and ideal for enabling microservices application development. Accelerate development, deployment and rollback of tens or hundreds of containers composed as a single application. Whether building new microservices or transitioning monoliths to smaller services, simple to use tools make it easy to compose, deploy and maintain complex applications.