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It is 2016, Karl Isenberg is on the center stage, "Container Orchestration Wars," he said. The stage was set for the orchestration race. Armed to the teeth, the warriors at this time were DCOS Mesos, Kubernetes, Nomad, and Docker Swarm, among others. Behind each technology, a company. Google, Hashicorp, Docker inc, and Apache. Each one is willing to win the day and add a feather in their cap. The global application container market was expected to grow from 1.2 billion USD in 2018 to 4.98 billion USD by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate of 32.9% during the forecast period.
Which orchestration system will win the war?
Who's going to have the lion's share?
Will the winner take all?
Or will there be multiple winners?
It is all obvious now, Elvis has left the building, and some technologies weren't.
Today, you will get your free ticket to travel back to the '50s, to discover the first containers, then go back to the '70s, and so on until the present day.
We are going to go through the interesting history of containerization and discover how it has evolved. We will talk about the container orchestration systems. Docker and the problems it solved. We are going to understand why Docker and containers became a big deal and finally, we'll wrap up with the history of Kubernetes.
- Avinash Lakshman, Hedvig | DockerCon 2018 by SiliconANGLE theCUBE is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)
- An Overall View On Docker Ecosystem — Containers, Moby, Swarm, Linuxkit, containerd & Kubernetes
- Container Orchestration Wars
- A Brief History of Containers: From the 1970s Till Now
- The Missing Introduction To Containerization - FAUN
- What is Docker?