Ray Lucchesi considers the implications of Mesosphere now supporting Kubernetes. He also points out why Mesosphere’s own Marathon orchestrator will probably stay relevant in the enterprise for the foreseeable future.
I’ve spent the last few weeks getting to know more about the container ecosystem. This has mostly focused on container deployment. I’ve also been looking into persistent networking and storage for these stateless constructs. But for the most part I haven’t really touched on container cluster management. Eric Wright has a nice piece introducing the […]
Nigel Poulton of nigelpoulton.com comments: It’s no secret that Docker and containers have been threatening to change the world for a while now. And they already have for some of us. But you know what… there’s always been something missing, something preventing it from taking off big style. Like a missing ingredient or something. Well […]