Docker recently launched Docker Enterprise 3.0, which is claimed to be the first and only end-to-end container platform to help developers build and share any type of application – from legacy to cloud native – and securely run them anywhere, from hybrid cloud to the edge.
Docker Enterprise 3.0, now open for public beta, delivers new desktop capabilities, advanced development productivity tools, a simplified and secure Kubernetes stack, and a managed service option to make Docker Enterprise 3.0 the platform for digital transformation.
DKS is said to be the only offering that integrates Kubernetes from the developer desktop to production server, eliminating ‘works on my machine’ friction between development and operations. Compatible with Docker Compose, Kubernetes YAML and Helm charts, DKS provides an automated and repeatable way to install, configure, manage and scale Kubernetes-based applications across hybrid and multi-cloud.
Additionally, Docker also introduced Docker Enterprise-as-a-service – a fully-managed service on prem or in the cloud.
As part of the Customer Innovation Awards, Docker also recognized Docker Enterprise customers Carnival Corporation, Citizens Bank, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Lindsay Corporation, Nationwide and Visa for their respective digital transformation journeys.