Docker Announces Native Kubernetes Support October 17, 2017 by Robert-Jan Keizer https://blog.codeship.com/docker-and-kubernetes/ This is pretty huge. What do you guys think?
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Everyone seems to get on board at the moment, which is great! I wish AWS also had PaaS offering for it.
Does that mean minikube will no longer be necessary for local testing?
Seems like even Docker is admitting Kubernetes is winning the orchestration battle. I’ll just be happy when there’s only one I need to worry about making deployments for.
Here’s the actual announcement, instead of a third party blog: https://blog.docker.com/2017/10/kubernetes-docker-platform-and-moby-project/
I was just in a meeting with some folks with Docker about this very thing. They said you can even run Kubernetes and Swarm side-by-side on the same host.
going thru the docs 2 years ago was hell. i hope this means they will make the pill easier to swallow. better docs would go a long way. that said, i’ll have to go back and check now. just saying i didn’t like kubernetes back then.
> If you’re a Swarm user, expect no disruption.
1 year later: Docker ditch swarm for Kubernetes.
This was pretty predictable… k8s was designed to be loosely coupled from the get go…
It’s CNI compatibility already supports runc and clear containers which i think will gradually get more and more traction i hope (if only for their improved security and keeping docker competitive)
I wonder if this is related to the announcement from RedHat around CRI-O!
Does this mean we need to start ditching MesOS?
It’s good that Docker is honest with everyone that swarm sucks.
Docker EE? No thanks