2IBM Embraces Docker
Among Docker’s biggest supporters is IBM which announced the IBM Containers Docker-based service in December 2014.
3Amazon has an EC2 Container Service
4VMware Doesn’t See Docker as Competitive
5Docker Inc. has Grown by Acquisitions
6Google Kubernetes Orchestrates Containers
7CoreOS Is in Co-opetition With Docker
8RancherOS Is a New Docker-Optimized Operating System
9Red Hat Project Atomic Is Docker Optimized
10ClusterHQ Adds Data Portability to Docker With Flocker
Among the complementary technologies that enhance Docker is ClusterHQ’s open-source Flocker project, which aims to solve the data management challenge. Flocker is a lightweight volume and container manager that developers can use to define their application as a set of connected Docker containers.
11CenturyLink’s Panamax Aims to Ease Docker Deployment
CenturyLink announced its Panamax Docker virtualization management technology in August 2014. “Panamax is the maximum shipping container size for a container to go through the Panama Canal; so it created standards for shipping containers,” Lucas Carlson, chief innovation officer at CenturyLink told eWEEK when Panamax launched. “We are trying to create application standards for Dockerized apps.”
12Docker Enables Shippable for DevOps
Docker is also being used to enable the emerging trend of DevOps in multiple ways. Shippable uses Docker as the foundation of its continuous integration platform that developers can use to build and test code.