Container Orchestration

Container orchestration is the automation of much of the operational effort required to run containerized workloads and services. This includes a wide range of things software teams need to manage a container's lifecycle, including provisioning, deployment, scaling (up and down), networking, load balancing and more.

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Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.


Mesos was created as a next-generation cluster manager. It is open source software that provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications or frameworks. Mesos is a distributed systems kernel, with a full API for programming directly against the datacenter. Mesos architecture consists of master process that manages slave daemons running on each cluster node, and frameworks that run tasks on these slaves.

Docker Swarm

A Docker Swarm is a group of either physical or virtual machines that are running the Docker application and that have been configured to join together in a cluster. Once a group of machines have been clustered together, you can still run the Docker commands that you're used to, but they will now be carried out by the machines in your cluster. The activities of the cluster are controlled by a swarm manager, and machines that have joined the cluster are referred to as nodes.


Nomad is an orchestration tool that allows us to deploy and manage different types of applications, such as: container-based (with or without Docker); legacy applications; microservice-oriented applications; batch applications.

Service mesh (ISTIO, Linkerd)

A service mesh is the substrate between different microservices that makes their connectivity possible. This networking is then supplemented with a host of other features, such as service discovery, authentication and authorization, monitoring, tracing, and traffic shaping. Service meshes can be a critical part of microservice-based architectures. There are many service meshes to choose from (Istio, Linkerd, Consul Connect, and Citrix ADC, etc.)

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