FAQs on companies
You can manage subscriptions and related billing details at the organization level.
Some of my organizations don’t have a Docker Business subscription. Can I still use a parent company?
Yes, but you can only add organizations with a Docker Business subscription to a company.
What happens if one of my organizations downgrades from Docker Business, but I still need access as a company owner?
To access and manage child organizations, the organization must have a Docker Business subscription. If the organization isn’t included in this subscription, the owner of the organization must manage the organization outside of the company.
No, you can continue with business as usual.
You can add a maximum of 10 company owners to a single company account.
Company owners can navigate to the Organizations page to view all their nested organizations in a single location. They can also view or edit organization members and change SSO and SCIM settings. Changes to company settings impact all users in each organization under the company. See Roles and permissions.
You can manage domain verification, Single Sign-on, and System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) at the company level. The following features aren't supported at the company level, but you can manage them at the organization level:
- Image Access Management
- Registry Access Management
- User management
Domain audit isn't supported for companies or organizations within a company.
A company name must be unique to that of its child organization. If a child organization requires the same name as a company, you should modify it slightly. For example, Docker Inc (parent company), Docker (child organization).
A company is a collection of organizations that are managed together. An organization is a collection of repositories and teams that are managed together.