Open source container tools


Docker plays an important role in the open source container ecosystem. Many core Docker components are open source, and initiatives such as the DSOS program help independent software developers make their projects available to the community. Docker developer tools also support projects such as Moby, CNCF, and OCI that encourage a free, standards-based approach to container development.

This article was made possible by support from Docker through Linux New Media's Topic Subsidy Program (

The Author

Amy Pettle is an editor for ADMIN and Linux Magazine. She started out in tech publishing with C/C++ Users Journal over 20 years ago and has worked on various Linux New Media publications.

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