Docker Desktop is no longer free for enterprise users

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Docker will start forcing enterprise customers to sign up for a paid plan to use its popular Desktop application as of August 31, 2021, as part of a major subscription pricing shakeup from the container company.

Existing professional Docker Desktop customers who work for a company with more than 250 employees or have $10 million in revenue will have until January 31, 2022, to sign up to a paid subscription to keep using the application. It will remain free to use for smaller businesses, personal use, education, and “noncommercial open source projects,” which the company says accounts for about half of its current user base.

This move is part of a broad change to Docker’s licensing terms, as CEO Scott Johnston continues to plot a turnaround for the once-blazing hot container startup that sold its enterprise business to Mirantis in 2019. Under Johnston, the remains of the company has shifted to focus on serving developers building containerized…



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