The Dev to Ops Choice for Container Platforms
Containers are virtualisation provided at the operating system level and here virtual layer runs within one OS making use of the same kernel as an application. There we do not do not need to make investment for extra servers and infrastructure required for applications deployment. These containers do have their process and network space of their own, but security not seem to be good as other OS level virtualization technology such as OpenVZ.
Docker is an open source Linux tool that helps in easy and efficient creation and management of containers. Docker is easily integrated with many infrastructures as Google Cloud Platform, Kubernetes, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, Oracle Container, Cloud Service, Puppet, Ansible, OpenStack, Chef, Jenkins, Salt and Vagrant.
Agile methodology is followed that makes the developers privileged with the freedom to define the environment, quickly create and deploy applications , and also flexibility to IT Ops for quick response to change.
All the code owned from infrastructure to app and also to manage the IT Ops inorder to scale, secure and standardise the operating environment.
It gives you the choice to avoid complexity, quickly from a laptop upto a team, to private infrastructure and public cloud provider.
containerized applications are legacy apps that are
easily transformed into portable, more secure
Accelerate shipping code while unlocking developer innovation
Drive secure automation and deployment at
Accelerate data analysis into actionable insights and outcomes
Extend containers safely to the farthest reaches of your network
Deliver Applications to Any Cloud, Anywhere
Drive innovation with your existing people,
processes and Docker
Deployment of applications as a single
object as against a process of running
Ability to apply version control to
Built-in version tracking to track,
revert and view changes
Availability of reusable
Allows sharing Docker containers on a