Learn about the Docker Toolbox and Community Edition for macOS and Windows, as well as Docker.

As we’ve discussed, the low-level container capabilities of Linux were available but required highly specialized expertise to use. A team at a company called dotCloud started an internal, proprietary project to wrap these low-level features with a more accessible toolset. That team released Docker as open source in March 2013, then started Docker, Inc. to continue its development.

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