DevOps Tool #2: Docker Docker is a relatively new, yet revolutionary toolset that enables teams to securely package, deploy, and run applications regardless of infrastructure. This is also known as containerization. Docker gives the team the ability to run isolated containers securely, limiting system resources, providing a virtual network Color Correction Service interface and storage, all in one command. Here are the advantages that have made Docker one of the most popular tools on the market: Portability - once you've tested an application, you can rest assured that transferring to another system will deliver the same results and performance.
Scalability - Docker allows you to quickly create new containers to meet the needs of new applications. Isolation - Using Docker ensures a clear separation of resources and applications, one not interfering with the other. Docker was the first tool on the Color Correction Service market to significantly reduce the workflow complexity of wrapping isolated environments with a simple build procedure. It allows users to transfer these environments through Docker Hub and elegantly deploy them on Win, Mac and Linux platforms. According to Nick, the key to Docker's success is the completeness of its learning curve for developers. The love of the Dev community highlights Docker's role in the evolution of DevOps – this was the time in history when Dev and Ops had access to an “interface” .