BtrFS is considered a "technology preview" in RHEL 7, haven't checked on the latest Suse Enterprise yet. Yes, BtrFS is a bad joke compared to ZFS, but the OpenZFS project has made great strides and the 0.6.3 release has eliminated most of the SPL memory fragmentation problems. I have not tried Docker so I don't know if it is "shite". I do expect something that is just released to less mature than something that has
been around for almost a decade. However, if history is any indication, in a few years Docker will have around 60-80% of the features and reliability of the Solaris equivalent, and cost a helluva less than Oracle Solaris running on Oracle hardware.