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Company News : Docker Acquires Koality
on 2014/10/9 9:29:05 (562 reads)
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Docker, Inc., the company behind the Docker open platform for distributed applications, has announced that it has acquired Koality, the developer of a highly regarded continuous integration solution. The Koality team will help accelerate the development of solutions for managing the lifecycle of Dockerized, distributed applications. Effective immediately, the Koality team and technology will be integrated into the development efforts behind Docker Hub Enterprise – the product initiative that will allow enterprise IT teams working on distributed applications to collaborate on their modular components, while maintaining them in a private software repository behind their firewall.

“There's been an obvious synergy between Docker and Koality since our first meeting; it was clear how much we could accomplish together,” said Jonathan Chu, CEO and co-founder of Koality. “The entire team is looking forward to using our technology and expertise to help fuel the Docker movement – one that will shape the future of application development.”

Koality’s software has been used extensively within the Docker community to significantly shrink continuous integration cycles. The technology provides users with an intuitive toolset that simplifies workflow complexity around managing software versioning, upgrading and updating. Eliminating these convoluted workflows has spurred application innovation, even in highly regulated industries that require transparent processes to ensure that rigid security and compliance guidelines are met.

Docker Hub, a Software as a Service-based solution, currently provides developers and sysadmins with a central resource to share applications, collaborate with both community and internal workgroups, create new images and automate their application lifecycle workflows. Docker Hub has over 40,000 community-contributed “Dockerized” applications available to those using the open platform. These modular components allow developers to leverage the best work of others, while enabling them to focus on core application services to differentiate their own distributed application. The value of this new collaborative framework has been validated by a three-fold growth in application “content” in as many months. This success has resulted in customer requirements to have similar capabilities inside the enterprise itself. 

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