Kubernetes gets lots of attention in the media from its growth and a steady stream of new related projects, but Docker's built-in Swarm orchestrator is still a great option for simpler requirements. The two orchestrators have a lot in common but also a lot of different benefits that container clusters operators should understand.
Docker Captain Bret Fisher, who's a fan of both Swarm and Kubernetes, will take us through details on where each project is headed, where they are the same and different, and how you can be sure you're using the best orchestrator for your projects, team, and organization.
Anyone at any tech level (admin, engineer, manager, or executive) that would like to get the latest comparison on the top two open-source container orchestrators.
Questions Answered In This Talk:
- When would I choose Swarm over Kubernetes and vice versa?
- Is it possible to migrate easily between them?
- Is Swarm really dead?
- How do you find the signal in the noise of container product marketing?
- What is planned for both orchestrators in 2020?