Docker for AWS: Who’s it really for?

Earlier this week, Docker pushed Docker for AWS into public beta. Originally announced earlier this year, the offering is a way to “quickly set up and configure a working Docker 1.13 swarm-mode install on Amazon Web Services and on Azure,” according to its official documentation.

This is far from the first time that Docker-powered container solutions have found their way onto Amazon—some are from Amazon’s own branded services, such as Amazon EC2 Container Service and Amazon Elastic Beanstalk. So what does Docker’s solution have that the others don’t?

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from InfoWorld Cloud Computing