Los Angeles, Sept. 01, 2016 – ManageCat, a provider of management and monitoring of cloud and private IT infrastructure, today announced the general availability of its first version of next-generation Docker management and monitoring platform. Currently ManageCat supports complete visibility for Apache Tomcat, Apache TomEE and Apache Web Servers. Now, ManageCat also supports the management and monitoring of Docker containers within the platform.
According to the Docker website, Docker containers wrap a piece of software in a complete filesystem that contains everything needed to run: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries – anything that can be installed on a server. This guarantees that the software will always run the same, regardless of its environment. Docker dramatically increase your time and work performance regarding software development to deployment lifecycle.
ManageCat has been working very hard on the first release of his next-generation container management platform that can be deployed in cloud or on-premise.This first release is for managing and monitoring the Docker containers, but his vision is to bring a single management platform for every container technology including CoreOS, Mesos and others. The first feedbacks that we get from our early access customers are very promising. We always listen our customers and shape our roadmap according to their needs.
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ManageCat is founded to help its customers get complete control on their public or private cloud infrastructure components by the use of next-generation solution. Within ManageCat platform, users are able to manage,monitor and troubleshoot their Apache Tomcat, Apache TomEE, Apache Web Server and Docker containers easier than before.
Docker is the original author and primary sponsor of the Docker open source project. Together with the community of maintainers and contributors, Docker aims to deliver open tools to help developers build applications with open APIs to help sysadmins better manage these applications.