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CHAPTER 4 Preparing for and Testing Docker Containers 35 These materials are © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Any dissemination, distribution, or unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. Discovering Operating System Prerequisites As you now know, Docker runs on top of a myriad of operat- ing systems, with both Linux and Windows Server options. And, thanks to the Unix underpinnings of macOS, you can run Docker on that OS as well. Figure 4-3 provides an overview of Docker OS support as of this writing. You might be wondering what is meant by Docker EE and Docker CE. Docker is broken up into two products: » Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) is the enterprise container platform designed for enterprise development and IT teams who build, ship, and run business-critical applications in production at scale. Docker EE comes in three tiers: Basic, Standard, and Advanced. Basic is what ships by default on HPE Proliant servers. Docker EE Standard adds image management and Docker Datacenter. Docker EE Advanced wraps it all up by providing the additional Docker Security Scanning technology. FIGURE 4-3: Docker OS support.

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