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2020 Differences Between Docker CE and EE

Docker’s last-ditch effort for being a viable product company

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Docker has been burning through money for a while now, and with no viable business plan, I firmly believe it is soon to die as a company. Docker has only one revenue stream: it’s Docker EE product. Docker EE fails to bring much value-add to an organization over many other products available…

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A collection of stories that have anything and everything to do with DevOps from horror stories to success stories. If it's about Gitlab, Jenkins, Chef, Ansible, AWS, Azure, Kubernetes, Software Engineer then it belongs here.

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Tj Blogumas

Tj Blogumas

DevOps Architect @ a large financial institution. DevOps practitioner for over a decade. Technology and Automation enthusiast.

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