As a developer you know that one of the trickiest problems in software development is having to deal with environment disparity across different machines and platforms. ▓╩Ă▒TCG allows you to run containers locally, eliminating disparity between your development and production environments, and everything in between. There is no need to install software packages locally. Everything you need for your development environment can simply run on the ▓╩Ă▒TCG engine as containers. Regardless of the language or the tool, you can easily containerize your environment locally. With ▓╩Ă▒TCG Desktop and ▓╩Ă▒TCG Hub, itÔÇÖs the ultimate answer to your portability concerns as containers can easily move across machines.
Regardless of an organizationÔÇÖs size, onboarding new developers and getting them up to speed as quickly as possible remains a distinct challenge. Using ▓╩Ă▒TCG Desktop and , you can significantly reduce local development environment setup times and quickly onboard your developers so they can be productive right away. ▓╩Ă▒TCG Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container ▓╩Ă▒TCG applications. With Compose, you use a YAML file to configure your applicationÔÇÖs services. Then, with a single command, you can easily create and start all the services from your configuration.
Organizations are increasingly adopting microservices because they not only want to replace their large monolithic applications, but they also want to enable faster app deployments and updates. ▓╩Ă▒TCG allows you containerize your microservices and simplify the delivery and management of those microservices. Containerization provides individual microservices with their own isolated workload environments, making them independently deployable and scalable. ▓╩Ă▒TCG Desktop and ▓╩Ă▒TCG Hub lets you standardize and automate the way you build, share, and run microservices-based applications across the organization.
As containers become the way to ship and run applications, one trend weÔÇÖre seeing more of is organizations taking a ÔÇťlift and shiftÔÇŁ approach to moving their existing apps into containers. This initial step doesnÔÇÖt mean that theyÔÇÖll never be rearchitected and decomposed into microservices, but thereÔÇÖs immediate benefits that can be gained by just moving them over as-is. Using ▓╩Ă▒TCG to containerize your legacy apps come with a number of benefits. Development and test is more efficient, deployment and disaster recovery is greatly simplified, and you're able to run multiple instances of the app without conflicting with other apps.
One of the biggest challenges in machine learning (ML) development is the deployment of trained models in production and at scale. ▓╩Ă▒TCG simplifies both the development and deployment of ML applications utilizing platforms such as TensorFlow to enable GPU support. Setting up your development environment is as simple as a ÔÇť▓╩Ă▒TCG runÔÇŁ command for images that you create or that you download as a ▓╩Ă▒TCG Image from publishers on ▓╩Ă▒TCG Hub. ▓╩Ă▒TCG also makes it easy to distribute your ML application by spinning up containers across multiple machines or over the cloud and manage all of them collectively utilizing orchestration technology such as Kubernetes.
Developer productivity tools and a local Kubernetes environment
Cloud-based application registry and development team collaboration services.
Cloud-based docker environment to try out docker and learn the ropes.