Docker is the leader in the containerization market, combining an enterprise-grade container platform with world-class services to give developers and IT alike the freedom to build, manage and secure applications without the fear of technology or infrastructure lock-in. Today’s organizations are under pressure to digitally transform their business but are constrained by a diverse portfolio of applications, clouds and premises-based infrastructures.
Docker unlocks the potential of every organization with a container platform that brings traditional applications and microservices built on Window, Linux and mainframe into an automated and secure supply chain, advancing dev to ops collaboration.
As a result, organizations report a 300 percent improvement in time to market, while reducing operational costs by 50 percent. Inspired by open source innovation and a rich ecosystem of technology and go-to-market partners, Docker’s container platform and services are used by millions of developers and more than 650 Global 10K commercial customers including ADP, GE, MetLife, PayPal and Societe Generale.
Docker Simplifies the Developer Experience
Docker provides container software that is ideal for developers and teams looking to get started and experimenting with container-based applications. Docker Desktop provides an integrated container-native development experience; it launches as an application from your Mac or Windows toolbar and provides access to the largest library of community and certified Linux and Windows Server content from Docker Hub.
Discover What Docker Can Do For Your Organization
Applications are the lifeblood of any business.
Companies that outperform in the digital economy manage their applications as business-critical assets that simultaneously delight their customers and outmaneuver their competition. Containerization is a key component of this strategic investment. While developers have long taken advantage of the agility and portability benefits that Docker (Windows Server and Linux) containers provide across the application lifecycle, organizations planning to optimize these applications for their digital and hybrid cloud initiatives require a broader containerization strategy.