Docker is an open source project that has changed software development by providing an easy way to containerize applications. This has resulted in a lot of excitement around using containers in all stages of the software delivery lifecycle, from development to production. Docker has become so mainstream in the short time since it debuted in 2013 that the big giants like Amazon, Cisco, Google, Microsoft Red Hat, VMWare, and others have created the Open Container Initiative to develop a common standard around it.
Build Docker images from a Dockerfile as part of your CI and CD workflows. Use custom images for your DevOps jobs to avoid installing dependencies! Learn more
Manage your images and dependencies on any Docker registry, like Docker Hub, Amazon ECR, GCR, Quay, or your self-hosted private registry. Learn more
With Shippable, you can deploy Docker apps to any orchestration platform, including Amazon ECS, Kubernetes, GKE, Triton, or Microsoft Azure. Learn more
Run Docker compose natively to spin up quick test environments and get results faster as part of your CI workflow. Learn more and try our sample application
Configure common use-cases like pulling images from a Docker registry or deploying to a supported orchestration platform with just a few lines of YAML. No custom scripting required! Learn more
Don't just stop at CI. Configure an end-to-end workflow with Application Release Automation, infrastructure provisioning, approval gates, and more. Learn more