Container Instances with Gabe Monroy
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In 2011, platform-as-a-service was in its early days. It was around that time that Gabe Monroy started a container platform called Deis, with the goal of making an open-source platform-as-a-service that anyone could deploy to whatever infrastructure they wanted.
Over the last six years, Gabe had a front-row seat to the rise of containers, the variety of container orchestration systems, and the changing open source landscape. Every container orchestration system consists of a control plane, a data plane, and a scheduler. In the last few weeks, we have been exploring these different aspects of Kubernetes in detail.
Last year, Microsoft acquired Deis, and Gabe began working on the Azure services that are related to Kubernetes–Azure Container Service, Kubernetes Service, and Container Instances. In this episode, Gabe talks about how containerized applications are changing, and what developments might come in the next few years.
Kubernetes, functions-as-a-service, and container instances are different cloud application runtimes, with different SLAs, interfaces, and economics. Gabe provided some thoughts on how different application types might use those different runtimes. Full disclosure: Microsoft is a sponsor of Software Engineering Daily.
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