The ability to have a multitude of operations and systems within a secure space either on-premise, the cloud or both has become imperative for organizations to enable themselves to grow, and rise into an economic upturn. Docker is the perfect port for enterprises to drop their anchor; they assist organizations by providing a solution that enables engaging, and seamless development and operations. The container platform that the company offers customers administers cutting-edge scalability, and agility to surpass hurdles during their testing and delivery phases. Besides, Docker delivers continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) services for clients to adopt a trouble-free and precise control strategy over their processes at facilities. Professionals in the DevOps space that use Docker’s offerings receive interconnectivity between delivery and deployment processes at their units, and in turn can provide end-users with timely releases of new products and devices, as well as, updates that are compliant.
Docker Enterprise is the firm’s industry-leading platform that offers containerization options to companies in the financial services, healthcare, and insurance realms, while also catering to a list of other industries in the enterprise arena. The solution can manage complete application stacks, state-of-the-art microservices, and big data analytics in any data center operating on a Windows or Linux environment. Docker Enterprise additionally makes it simple for DevOps groups to make advanced digital changes to their methods effectively and allows them to have a consistent deployment of end products to users in the market.
Docker Enterprise allows programmers and IT to build datasets, and simplify operations to deploy and integrate into a plethora of infrastructures
On the operational infrastructure forefront, Docker has partnered with giants in the public cloud arena (AWS, Google, Azure) to ensure prime cloud services. It provides on-premise solutions through virtualization and automation of data centers as well. Docker Enterprise comes with pre-installed container security that provides safety on three separate levels—component, system, and application.
Besides, Docker provides its customers with CI/CD services that enable them to automate their workflows to run software development and deployment across all their computational channels. It allows programmers and IT to build datasets, and simplify operations to deploy and integrate into a plethora of infrastructures. Users have the choice of using their CI tools, and applications running within an OS (Windows and Linux) both on-premise and in the cloud. Docker Enterprise allows a clear unification of development and operations in an organization by integrating existing processes into a compartmentalized container. It also secures the data throughout the development lifecycle. This accelerates application delivery by making sure the exact code that was tested was sent out to end-users.
One such user, Splunk was looking to move ahead and required better testing options. With pressure mounting on the current data center infrastructure, the executives at the firm wanted DevOps that was viable on both Windows and Linux. Splunk was able to conduct tests in a matter of minutes rather than days, and run 2000 containerized jobs simultaneously, ensuring an increased level of CPU utilization. A factor that contributed to the firm selecting Docker was the support they received while implementing the platform at their facilities. Presently, the firm leverages Docker Enterprise as their forerunning platform to control and perform their CI/CD procedures.
Heading into the future, the team at Docker led by their charismatic leader, Steve Singh, CEO and chairman, are confident of the progress they have made thus far. The inception of Docker Enterprise into the commercial market has seen the organization grow from strength to strength by leveraging one of the best DevOps infrastructure solutions to enterprises.