The container as a service platform Docker has released new enterprise edition across different platforms for maintaining and securing containerized application platforms in place and on cloud
The container platforms integrates applications on same cluster in single platform. Docker provides flexible accessibility for customizing your own environments with many infrastructures and applications. Moreover, capability of automating the software supply chain and creating predefine policies. Kubernetes is a good competitor to the Docker in the container management market
Role-based access control (RBAC)
However, the new release built on Docker CE 17.06. The features included private Docker registry and management interface. DEE (Docker Enterprise Edition) consists of tiers basic, standard, and advanced.
Moreover, DEE is certified for CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Ubuntu, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), Oracle Linux, and Windows Server 2016. Also cloud providers AWS and Azure. This release runs on Linux running on IBM z Systems, LinuxONE, and Power Systems.
Furthermore, this provides organizations to customize role-based access control (RBAC). This defines boundaries for different users and teams sharing the same DEE environment.
In addition, plug-ins and certified containers available in the Docker Store. Multi-tenancy support with advanced image and container management and secure into data centers.