Docker Hosting

A cloud-based service that allows developers and IT departments to manage docker containers using container-based virtualisation. Run your Docker containers in the Cloud. Quick, simple and secure.

Docker

Your application in a docker container, hosted by BasicCloud

Centralize, organize, manage and organize all your docker containers in seconds from a single easy-to-use dashboard

Price starting at just € 0.005 per hour excluding VAT.

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Build and test applications faster and roll them out more smoothly

With a few clicks, you place your existing Docker container. Or create a new one. In no-time, you add new functionalities. Detecting and correcting errors or bugs also becomes easier, thanks to the realistic development and testing environments.

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Choose the container services you want

Insert your existing Docker. Set up a Docker swarm cluster with a single click. Merge your containers. It's all possible with our advanced PaaS platform. In a single user-friendly dashboard

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Full stack management

Manage your entire Docker stack yourself in one platform. With a user-friendly dashboard, available APIs, you as a developer can easily create, observe and manage Docker swarm clusters.

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Fully automated deployment of Docker cluster

Deploying a Docker environment has never been easier. The solution is designed for automatic scaling with a pay-per-use pricing model. Users can create a custom Docker cluster, add the required services and deploy everything with a single click very easy.

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Automated scaling

Automatic scaling guarantees you high performance, the availability of your Docker container and uptime at the same time. Because the platform works with resource allocations based on the actual load of the environment, performance, uptime and availability are guaranteed.

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Pay only for what you consume

We also offer the per-pay-use concept for Docker. Determine your own budget by turning the knobs and setting a limit. Resources are measured every hour and you only pay for the resources used.

Pay per use - Only pay for what you actually consume

How does that actually work?

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FAQs about BasicCloud Container as a Service

FAQs

Docker provides the ability to package and run an application in a loosely isolated environment called a container. The isolation and security allows you to run many containers simultaneously on a given host. Containers are lightweight and contain everything needed to run the application, so you do not need to rely on what is currently installed on the host.

Docker streamlines the development lifecycle by allowing developers to work in standardized environments using local containers which provide your applications and services. Containers are great for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) workflows.

We support docker virtualization so you can run your docker container standalone or you can use the famous docker engine. If you need a cluster you can also setup a docker swarm cluster.