Melissa Palmer of vMiss.net comments:
If we think about what Docker is, it seems to fit in nicely with a few things. First, the DevOps model. If apps can be quickly assembled from components, they can be quickly integrated and tested. Docker also doesn’t care how you’re running the environment beneath it, so the app can be moved quickly and easily from any docker environment, from someone’s laptop for testing to a more enterprise grade application. Also, the notion of abstracting the app from the OS underneath, and allowing it to be shared also kind of reminds us of something else.
Docker is a bit different from what you’re used to in the VMware world, but with a little research you’ll be implementing them in no time.
Read more at: Preparing for the Docker Journey