Previously called Tutum, Docker Cloud is Docker Inc.'s Docker Swarm frontend for managing and continuously delivering Docker containers.
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Pro Microservices are easy to create
Using a nifty YAML file to define the services for a stack, Docker Cloud makes multi-container services deployments a breeze.
Pro CI/CD for containers included
Docker Cloud includes Automatic testing of container recipes to be pushed to the DockerHub registry. You have the option to build it at one of your nodes or using Docker Cloud's infrastructure.
Unlike any providers, Docker Cloud can connect to any hosting service, you can even bring your own node if that provider isn't listed.
Con Does not come with infrastructure
Docker Cloud relies on self-hosted Nodes or user-connected providers that would serve and create nodes for the account, it's a bring-your-own computer style of service.