Indiana University uses Docker Enterprise to Deploy, Manage and Scale their Apps Across Multi-Host Environments
Indiana University wanted to accelerate the process for creating new applications and updating its 150 existing applications by eliminating time-consuming manual steps. A microservices architecture was the obvious choice.
Docker Enterprise makes it much easier for Indiana University to implement new application platforms and technologies, including Redis and node.js, into production.
The university now has a consistent and much faster way to package and deploy many different applications on their choice of infrastructure, and can update applications with zero downtime.
Indiana University by the Numbers
“Previously, any applications we used had to fit into a very specific mold. With Docker Enterprise, our team can build and run any kind of application or workload that can fit into a container.”