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The success of containers through Docker has created a new operational flow and ecosystem far more reaching than anyone initially expected. Both as a project and a model that unifies, improves, and enforces consistent deployments, while empowering application with near-native performance in a highly-decoupled microservice approach, Docker has created a movement for the next wave of the Internet.
In doing so, numerous projects & products have spiraled out to capture a piece of the industry that facilities the adoption and usage of containers even further. Lost in all the noise of announcements, blog posts and articles is the core of what we all as technologists really care about: what are my actual viable options and what should I know about them?
In this talk, I will walk through the R&D work and market analysis that I’ve done in the container ecosystem and educate you on what technologies are worth tracking and incorporating into your stack including, but not limited to: Kubernetes, Swarm, CoreOS, Flocker and Hyper.