Docker 1.0 Debuts

The open-source Docker container technology has been one of the most hyped and talked about virtualization technologies of the past year. On Monday June 9, Docker finally reached the 1.0 milestone, marking the first stable release and the debut of commercial enterprise support.

Ben Golub, CEO of Docker, told eWEEK that Docker 1.0 is a stable release and will be commercially supported with a number of different support options that his company will provide, including training, architectural review and support. The Docker enterprise support efforts will be complemented by a channel sales program to further expand Docker’s reach.

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Docker 1.0 Provides Enterprise Support for Container Virtualization

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist.

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