Docker

Docker

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About Docker

Docker is an open platform that enables developers and system administrators to create distributed applications.

Additional details about Docker

Docker Pricing $0
Customer Type
  • Individuals
  • Small Business
  • Medium Business
  • Enterprises

24 Alternatives to Docker


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Apache Karaf
Apache Karaf

Apache Karaf is a lightweight, modern and polymorphic container powered by OSGi.


193
pkgsrc
pkgsrc

pkgsrc is a framework for building over 17,000 open source software packages.


192
Rancher
Rancher

Open Source Platform for Running a Private Container Service


192
Open Source
Marathon

Marathon is a production-grade container orchestration platform for Mesosphere.


192
Apache Mesos
Apache Mesos

Apache Mesos abstracts resources away from machines,
enabling fault-tolerant and elastic distributed systems
to easily be built and run effectively.


192
Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure

Windows Azure and SQL Azure enable you to build, host and scale applications in Microsoft datacenters.


192
Amazon ECS
Amazon ECS

Amazon EC2 Container Service is a highly scalable, high-performance​ container management service that supports Docker containers.


191
Vagrant

Tool for building and maintaining portable virtual development environments.


188
VirtualBox

VirtualBox is a powerful x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization product for enterprise as well as…


113
Pacman

Pacman was developed to be the package manager for Arch Linux, and is also used by KDE-focused Chakra Linux.


92
Portage
Portage

Portage is source-based package manager used by Gentoo and its descendants. It controls all process from fetching source through building it, installing into clean environment to “merging” with already installed software.


92
Portainer
Portainer

Simple management UI for Docker


91
Conda

Binary package manager with support for environments.

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Pros of Docker

Allows for portable application deployment
Git-like capabilities
Allows re-using components
Automatic build
Provides easy sharing and installation of containers through a public registry
Application-centric
Works in virtualized environments
Low overhead
Supports a wide range of isolation tools
Tool ecosystem

Cons of Docker

Large image size
Security concerns
Kernel OS fragmentation