Average number infrastructures in the enterprise (on-prem and cloud) ** Forrester, CIO and the emerging Digital Crisis, 2018 *** CloudPhysics, Global IT Data Lake Report, Q4, ‘16 Sources: IDC “The Cost of Retaining Aging IT Infrastructure”, RightScale 2017 State of the Cloud Report Stalled Initiatives • Modernizing legacy apps • Cloud migration • Server consolidation • Faster s/w time to market 8+ IT Silos* 1000’s of apps <20% server utilization*** IT demands increasing! ! 60% of CIOs say “We’re behind in digital transformation”** INNOVATION 20% MAINTENANCE 80%
Containers Can Raise Utilization and Cut Infrastructure Costs Advantage #1: Infrastructure Containers Expand Budgets by Delivering Savings Server Hypervisor OS OS OS OS App App App App Multiple Operating Systems Lower Server Utilization “Docker” Engine App App App App App App App App App App App App OS VM and OS Licenses Server Count Power, Space, Cooling Admin Reducin g
and interfaces. Ranjith Raghunath, GlaxoSmithKline Docker helped us achieve a much better security position. Jan Hedstrom, Assa Abloy …Everyone wants to work with Docker and it’s a change of mindset in the company. Thomas Boussardon, Societe Generale Only Docker Delivers All Three Core Enterprise Requirements • Your app in any cloud, including Hybrid • No lock-in • Risk mitigation • Use Docker native tools … or almost any you prefer Choice Security Agility • Governance • Chain of custody • Role-based access control • Threat scanning • Standardized and unified operations • Dev to Ops consistency • Rapid Delivery and response • Cost efficiency Docker EE Ensures Choice, Security and Agility
both Swarm and Kubernetes available for the pockets within their organizations that are using it • To make Kubernetes easier to manage • For a Docker Dev to Ops experience with Kubernetes • For advanced capabilities of Docker EE around the secure software supply chain, high availability, and automation for Kubernetes • To make Kubernetes management available across Windows, multiple Linux distros, and clouds Continuation of Docker’s strategy of extending the Docker EE platform for maximum choice PLUGINS Mainframe Windows PLATFORMS ORCHESTRATORS
is designed to support multiple orchestrators: • EE Manager Nodes are both Swarm managers and Kubernetes masters to enable high availability • Every worker node is both Kubernetes API- and Swarm API-ready • One management plane driving: ◦ Secure software supply chain ◦ Secure multi-tenancy ◦ Secure and highly available node management Kubelet Secure Cluster Management (Swarm-Based) App Scheduler Swarm Kubernetes OR Kubelet Docker Nodes Kubelet Kubelet Docker EE Orchestration
• Same Docker developer workflow used by millions • Developers have freedom to build Swarm- or Kubernetes-based applications on a local machine with the same tool • Nothing new to install, no change for existing Docker developers
DEVELOPERS IT OPERATIONS Managed by Docker EE On-Prem Cloud Docker for Mac Docker for Windows Any App, Any Format • Separation of concerns - keeping Dev and Ops aligned on responsibilities • Same operating model across different app types and infrastructure platforms
- Linux • Docker 101 - Windows Description: intro to Docker on Linux or Windows that takes you through the basics of the platform, building your first containers, and deploying them in an orchestration system. Learning Outcome: You’ll come out understanding the basics of Docker and orchestration.
Mac and Docker for Windows Description: Covers the basics of using Kubernetes on Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows. Learning Outcome: Understanding of basic concepts of Kubernetes and how to create your cluster on your desktop. • Modernizing Traditional Java Apps • Modernizing Traditional .NET / Windows Apps Description: Take a traditional, Java EE or ASP.NET monolithic application and containerize it. Then break out a few pieces to have a more modern, modular deployment of the application built on Docker EE. Learning Outcome: Understand of the basics of application modernization and Docker EE.
Docker EE Description: Deploy and refactor a traditional Java application on Linux, into a microservice application, some of the services in in Java on Linux, some in .NET on Windows, and deploy the application on a hybrid Docker Enterprise Edition cluster with Linux and Windows nodes. Learning Outcome: People who take this lab will learn the basics of the Docker EE platform including secure images and orchestration using both Swarm and Kubernetes.