Amazon, Deepak, Beck discussed on Software Engineering Daily
In today's show, Deepak describes how the market for containers and server service has evolved and how Amazon thinks about product strategy Beck in twenty fourteen Docker. Containers were becoming a popular way to deploy and manage application infrastructure. Containers allowed people to take advantage of their servers anymore, economical way. Containers, let developers move faster by quickly, setting up and tearing down small, compose -able units of software. As these containers grew in number within software companies. These companies started figuring out that they needed tooling to manage and orchestrate all these containers. Infrastructure software companies realized that there would be a big business in providing orchestration software to developers who needed to manage these high volumes of containers. This led to the container orchestration wars. In which a variety of companies such as core OS red hat, Docker, Mazo, sphere, and several others all began to offer platforms for managing containerized applications during the container orchestration wars, many large enterprises such as banks and telcos resisted picking any specific container orchestration system because there was no clear winner. Enterprises were hesitant to place a large bet on an infrastructure orchestration tool that might go out of fashion. Amazon had a large number of customers that wanted to orchestrate their containers, but it was unclear how the market for open source container orchestration was going to unfold. And around this time, Amazon created e c s a closed source contain orchestration system. In the following years..