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Last week, in the blistering heat of Las Vegas, Docker had a chance to interact with thousands of VMworld attendees to talk about containers. The message we heard again and again was that those in charge of infrastructure and virtualization are now being asked to manage containers. Sometimes it is being driven by developer teams that are already using Docker, but sometimes it is the infrastructure teams who recognize the benefits of moving applications to containers for easier maintenance and operations as well as cost savings. With Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), we have a solution that is designed to let IT secure and manage containerized applications.

Learn More About Docker for VMware Admins

If you’re interested in learning more about how Docker EE allows IT to improve operations, move workloads to the cloud and increase application agility all while saving costs, we’re happy to be partnering with the VMware User Group (VMUG) to deliver a webcast tomorrow. Register now to see how Docker EE is being used by some of the world’s largest container deployments, how Docker works with Windows applications or to clarify any confusion you may have about how Docker containers and VMs work together.

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Wednesday, September 6

12:00 PM Central / 10:00 AM Pacific

Experience Docker EE Yourself

Attendees were able to play with Docker EE through our in-booth hands-on demos at VMworld, but don’t worry if you missed the conference! You can get that same experience at home through the hosted trial environments at Without any software to install, you can get access within minutes to a full Docker EE Advanced environment complete with the primary administrative interface and private registry solution, Docker Trusted Registry. Once inside the environment, you can follow the provided guide or explore and learn on your own.

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