We are excited to announce that StorageOS is Docker Certified!
The Docker Certification Program is designed for both technology partners and enterprise customers to recognize Containers and Plugins that excel in quality, collaborative support and compliance. Docker Certification is aligned to the available Docker EE infrastructure and gives enterprises a trusted way to run more technology in containers with support from both Docker and the publisher. Customers can quickly identify the Certified Containers and Plugins with visible badges and be confident that they were built with best practices, tested to operate smoothly on Docker EE.
StorageOS is a Docker Certified Plugin. Docker says of the plugin certification:
“Networking and Volume plugins for Docker EE are now available to be packaged and distributed to end users as containers. These plugin containers are built with Docker recommended best practices are scanned for vulnerabilities, and must pass an additional suite of API compliance testing before they are reviewed before posting on Docker Store. Apps are portable across different network and storage infrastructure and work with new plugins without recoding.”
StorageOS provides enterprise persistent storage for containers and the cloud. Developers can deploy databases with containerized apps using a Docker volume plugin, in minutes. The fastest way to try out StorageOS is to download the plugin from the Docker Hub.
Try StorageOS via our Quick Start and the Docker Hub.
StorageOS at DockerCon 17, Austin
StorageOS at DockerCon 17 in Austin this week, April 17-20 (booth #S12). Stop by to see how we are solving storage for Docker. Get your own StorageOS container to see what we have in store for you!
StorageOS – Storage for any container with any orchestration on any infrastructure.
Author: Simon Croome
Simon’s background is in providing infrastructure solutions for financial services and government organizations. Simon is a co-founder of StorageOS, where he leads Engineering. He is focused on bringing enterprise-class storage capabilities to containerized environments.