StackEngine's Container Application Center Transits Virtualization to Containerization

By CIOReview | Wednesday, July 8, 2015
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AUSTIN, TX: StackEngine, a company that builds software deploy, manage, and scale Docker applications announces its Container Application Center to help enterprises advance from the costs and inefficiencies of virtualization to the flexibility, and mobility of containerization.

The product is based on Docker container application development and deployment.Docker is an open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. It gives programmers, development teams and operations engineers, a common toolbox they need to take advantage of the distributed and networked nature of modern applications.

A drag and drop application editor, application placement policies and built-in authenticated service discovery are some of thefeatures of StackEngine’s Container Application Center.

The container application management solutionprovides VMware-like control and security, divides and allocates host resources based on business needs and allows enterprises to deploy across multiple data centers, clouds and providers, both private and public.

Container Application Center works in heterogeneous enterprise environments and can be used by both IT and Application Development teams. It enables legacy application management in a containerized environment, creates an end-to-end delivery chain from development to operations without requiring any assembly claims StackEngine.

“Ten years ago, enterprise companies were led on a journey from physical, bare metal servers to virtual machines. Along the way, they were given all the tools necessary to manage the full operational lifecycle. Now with containers, these same organizations are moving back to bare metal servers and need similar enterprise-grade tools to help them compose, deploy and automate container-native applications with the same level of control and security they had with their trusted virtualization management tools,” says Bob Quillin, CEO and Co-Founder, StackEngine.