Amazon Web Services and Docker now offer a highly reliable, low-cost way to quickly scale applications in production with Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Docker EE provides a modern app platform for enterprise container management and security that is optimized for Amazon EC2 environments with native integrations to AWS services like Identity and Access Management (IAM), Elastic Load Balancers (ELB), and Elastic Block Store (EBS). Get started in just a few clicks with a secure and certified Docker EE cluster on Amazon EC2.

  • Docker container platform with built in orchestration and scheduling
  • Docker container lifecycle management (nodes, services, images)
  • Enterprise security with integrated secrets, image scanning, signing and RBAC
  • Docker Certified Infrastructure, Containers, and Plugins
  • Predictive release cadence with enterprise-grade support from Docker
  • Secure private environment. All Docker infrastructure is deployed in private-facing subnets within an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), a logically isolated section of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.
  • High availability. Using multiple Availability Zones within an AWS Region and components such as NAT Gateways, Elastic Load Balancing load balancers, and Route 53 DNS records, AWS offers a highly available solution for your Docker EE deployment.
  • Fault tolerance. Using EC2 Auto Recovery, an Amazon EC2 instance can be automatically recovered if it becomes impaired due to an underlying hardware failure, maintaining all its original attributes.

To get started, launch the stack for Docker Basic in just a few clicks. If you already have a Docker EE license, launch the stack for Standard or Advanced.

For more information about Docker Enterprise Edition, request the Docker Enterprise Edition Brochure.

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