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This episode was requested by Tyler Smith who feels that he may not need Kubernetes just yet. Tyler has a few questions about Docker & Docker Swarm, so Andrea Luzzardi, former Docker Swarm Lead, joins us today to answer them.
We talk about Docker Swarm beginnings, some of the challenges that it faced, and what Andrea’s recommendation is for Tyler’s journey with Docker Swarm.
After dedicating four years of his professional career to Docker Swarm, Andrea is the best person that Gerhard knows to talk about this subject. And guess what, the same thing happened now as it did at KubeCon 2015: Sam pointed to Andrea. It will all make sense in the first five minutes. This one is going to be fun!
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Notes and Links
- Scale Testing Docker Swarm to 30,000 Containers (and 1,000 nodes) - November 2015
- 🎬 Docker Swarm and Kubernetes, KubeCon NA 2015
- 🎬 Docker Orchestration, Cloud Field Day 2016
- Speakerdeck: Heart of the SwarmKit: Topology Management, July 2016
- From Docker to Docker Swarm: The new changelog.com setup for 2019
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