Docker Project 2014: A Whirlwind Year in Review

Docker Announces Orchestration for Multi-Container Distributed Apps

New services accelerate development-to-deployment of applications atop any infrastructure, from on-premise virtualized data centers to public clouds San Francisco, Calif.  and Amsterdam, NL.– December 4, 2014 – Docker, Inc., the company behind the open platform for distributed applications, today announced new, comprehensive platform services for orchestrating multi-container distributed applications. These comprehensive orchestration capabilities are designed to empower developers and sysadmins to create and manage a new generation of portable distributed applications that are rapidly composed of discrete interoperable Docker containers, have a dynamic lifecycle, and can scale to run in concert anywhere from the developer’s laptop to hundreds of hosts in the cloud. “As we evolve from applications created from a small number of Docker containers on a handful of hosts to large, multi-Docker container applications spread across clusters and diverse infrastructures, it is important that users don’t lose the Continue reading…

Docker Announces Docker Hub Enterprise

Powerful turn-key solution for creating multi-container distributed applications behind the firewall San Francisco, Calif., and DockerCon EU, Amsterdam, NL.– December 4, 2014 – Docker, Inc., the company behind the open platform for distributed applications, today announced Docker Hub Enterprise (DHE) – a new product addition to the Docker platform that brings key workflow capabilities for developers and sysadmins managing a dynamic lifecycle behind the enterprise firewall. Docker Hub Enterprise will leverage and extend the capabilities of Docker Hub, the popular hosted service that enables developers to share, distribute and collaborate on Dockerized distributed applications. Offering these critical application lifecycle workflow capabilities in a dedicated form factor meets the security and governance requirements of a class of enterprises that require their software intellectual property (IP) in a control point that is solely their own. Docker also announced that a number of Continue reading…