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Docker Enterprise 3.0 launched as desktop-to-cloud container platform

Docker Enterprise 3.0

Docker has announced the latest version of its enterprise platform, with a number of new capabilities for automated lifecycle management and improved security.

Announced at DockerCon, the Docker Enterprise 3.0 is a desktop-to-cloud container platform. It will allow enterprises to build and share applications, and securely run them anywhere, from hybrid cloud to the edge.

It will come with a new tool for developers called Docker Desktop Enterprise, which will extend the platform to desktops. Developers will be able to build multi-service apps based on containers from their desktop, and then package them in a standard format. This can then be shared and run anywhere.

It will improve the productivity of developers, and help enterprises accelerate time-to-market for new apps.

“Enterprises are looking for ways to quickly adapt to new competitive challenges and changing customer requirements through the introduction of new applications. Docker Enterprise 3.0 introduces a number of capabilities that help organizations accelerate application delivery,” wrote David Hamdani, Sr. Product Marketing Manager – Docker, in a blog post.

There is another set of tools called Docker Application, that will help developers and operators to maintain end-to-end consistency and scalability for apps. The Docker Application will have tools to build, push, and deploy multi-container apps as self-contained objects. It will make the management of complex apps simple as individual containers.

Also coming with the Docker Enterprise 3.0 is Docker Kubernetes Service (DKS), which is a solution for integrating Kubernetes from desktop to production servers. The aim of featuring DKS is to make Kubernetes easier, more secure, and more accessible.

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Furthermore, the latest offering will include new lifecycle automation tools for day 1 and day 2 operations, and additional security improvements. The lifecycle automation tools will help customers to expand the deployment of containers on the required infrastructure.

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