Docker has had a meteoric rise. Formed on the back of a failed platform initiative, Docker has grown to have incredible interest and buy-in from the industry – vendors and customers alike. It has also raised a huge amount of capital and gained a valuation which is in the stratosphere.
This valuation, and a need to justify it through revenue sees Docker today announce the Docker Datacenter “Container as a Service” (CaaS), service. Essentially, CaaS is an integrated platform that covers the entire lifecycle of container-based application development and management.
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