As organizations try to increase their software delivery speed, DevOps adaptations are increasingly turning to microservices and code infrastructure architecture and distribution techniques to help leverage value. An industry-standard containerization tool, Docker makes it easy to move processes to isolated environments that can be frozen to images, and has an ecosystem that helps developers across organizations create and share these containers. This allows a software team to split their applications into small, platform-independent components that can be combined to provide full application capability. Containers are easily shared through the Continuous Integration / Continuous Distribution (CI / CD) pipeline and shorten the provisioning, distribution and start-up times, driving work and test cycle times. This allows software teams to use test time more efficiently and minimizes the difference between environments. Sign up now, make a difference in your career!

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