Docker is closely following the events surrounding the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The community of Docker employees, Docker Captains, developers, customers, and partners is committed to creating an open, collaborative environment that fosters the free and peaceful exchange of ideas. The tragedy unfolding in Ukraine is in opposition to what our community stands for and weighs heavily on our minds and hearts.
Docker stands with the members in our Ukrainian community and the sovereign nation of Ukraine. As the situation continues to evolve, we want to provide an update on Docker’s response. We will not do business with Russian and Belarusian companies or accept payments from these locations during this period. As such, we have removed the ability to purchase and renew Docker subscriptions from Russia and Belarus. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will keep you informed with updates from Docker.
Additionally, we are committed to supporting Ukraine’s fight for continued sovereignty and independence. On behalf of all Docker employees, we are making donations to UNICEF , Razom and Doctors without Borders earmarked to help Ukrainian citizens.