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Great question. While some people might actually want to use Dokku for real project, there are fundamental flaws in it.
Firstly, you start with setting up Dokku and maintaining it while the whole idea was that you didn't want to deal with that sort of headache.
The other point is that the UI is very primitive and the UX goals are different from the ones I've followed.
Finally, what's the point to run Dokku when I charge you around the cost of the server you want to run your Dokku on? (That's the starter plan and it costs more for the plans with more advanced - mainly security and compliance related features)
I think in a few years the demand will move from cloud operator role towards cloud/solution architect role.
No one really enjoys from dealing with the infrastructure that should just work. The main added value will be in orchestrating these tools which are easy to set up and building great solutions from them rather than dealing with unnecessary details.