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[BrieFing] Government IT managers interested in experimenting with Docker, but wary of its complexity, have a new resource with Panamax, a Docker management platform. Created by CenturyLink Labs, Panamax gives developers a single management platform to easily create, share and deploy any Docker-contain- erized application, the company said in its announcement. Docker, the Linux container man- ager that Panamax is based on, is a fast-growing open-source project used by the developer and devops com- munities. Because it makes containers portable and sharable, Docker allows developers to collaborate on infrastruc- ture. Panamax is a containerized app cre- ator with an open-source app market- place hosted in GitHub that provides a friendly interface for users of Docker, eet and CoreOS. "We developed Panamax to make it even easier to use Docker," said Lucas Carlson, chief innovation of cer at CenturyLink. "Panamax lets you combine Linux containers like Legos, stitching together the best-of-breed containers built by the devops commu- nity, and then deploy them anywhere." Prior to Panamax, running multi-con- tainer, multi-server apps with Docker was dif cult. Developers needed to learn as many as ve new technologies --- libswarm, systemd, etcd, ambassa- dor and eet --- as well as Docker-spe- ci c best practices just to get started. Panamax packages these technolo- gies and best practices for an intuitive user experience that automates the heavy lifting of deploying complex ap- plications. Developers drag-and-drop containers and can easily access the open-source cloud application market- place. Panamax can run on laptops, virtual machines, bare metal or any public cloud that supports CoreOS like CenturyLink Cloud. "As one of the fastest-growing open-source projects in history, Docker is going to change the game in ap- plication development," said James Governor, principal analyst at Red- Monk, the developer-focused industry analyst rm. "Panamax is designed to be Docker management for humans, dramatically simplifying multi-container app deployment." Panamax is available today on GitHub under an Apache 2 license. • Panamax offers tool for using Docker without the pain Special Report SOLUTIONS FOR COLLABORATIVE GOVERNMENT ONLINE REPORT SPONSORED BY: TOPICS INCLUDE: THE RISE OF ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MOBILE MATTERS, BUT IT NEEDS THOUGHT PUTTING COLLABORATION INTO THE CLOUD WITH COLLABORATION, CHANGE MUST BE MANAGED FIVE KEYS TO COLLABORATION TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: GCN.COM/2014COLLABORATIVESOLUTIONS 10 GCN SEPTEMBER 2014 • GCN.COM