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Mirantis acquires Docker Enterprise

Mirantis introduced that it has acquired Docker’s enterprise enterprise and, related mental property and all enterprise partnerships.

The cloud consulting firm Mirantis, introduced that it has acquired the Docker Enterprise Expertise Platform on a weblog publish. The quantity paid for the acquisition has not been disclosed. The Docker Enterprise Expertise Platform contains Docker Container Engine, Docker Trusted Registry, Docker Kubernetes Service, Common Management Airplane, and Docker Edge Expertise.

Docker Enterprise began transport Kubernetes two years in the past as part of its Common Management Airplane. Most of its prospects are already utilizing it or plan to make use of it sooner or later. Docker Enterprise is the one impartial container platform that allows builders to seamlessly construct, share and safely run their purposes anyplace, from public cloud to hybrid cloud to the sting.

Mirantis CEO and co-founder Adrian Ionel stated on the weblog publish:

“We’re shopping for Docker Enterprise for a few causes. One is to speed up our journey in direction of offering Kubernetes as a Service to the world for multi-cloud and hybrid use circumstances, numerous the Docker Enterprise prospects really use Kubernetes inside. We’re additionally shopping for Docker Enterprise as a result of we expect containerization is the best way to go. It’s the best way trendy purposes are being constructed and the present purposes are being re-modernized,” stated Ionel in an interview with The New Stack. “It’s an unlimited accelerator in direction of the imaginative and prescient that we had been already on. We’re additionally shopping for Docker Enterprise as a result of we’re stoked in regards to the stage of technical expertise. We consider that Docker Enterprise has among the very, best possible cloud-native infrastructure folks on the planet as we speak, incredible engineers and they’re going to match very properly with our engineering tradition at Mirantis.”

 

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