Docker Enterprise


Mirantis stopped maintaining this documentation set as of 2021-07-21, in correlation with the End of Life date for MKE 3.2.x and MSR 2.7.x. The company continues to support MCR 19.03.x and its documentation.

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Docker EnterpriseΒΆ

Docker Enterprise is a standards-based container platform for development and delivery of modern applications. Docker Enterprise is designed for application developers and IT teams who build, share, and run business-critical applications at scale in production. Docker Enterprise provides a consistent and secure end-to-end application pipeline, choice of tools and languages, and globally consistent Kubernetes environments that run in any cloud.

Docker Enterprise enables deploying highly available workloads using either the Docker Kubernetes Service or Docker Swarm. You can join thousands of physical or virtual machines together to create a cluster, allowing you to deploy your applications at scale and to manage your clusters from a centralized place.

Docker Enterprise automates many of the tasks that orchestration requires, like provisioning pods, containers, and cluster resources. Self-healing components ensure that Docker Enterprise clusters remain highly available.