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Ziad, since you mentioned Docmer here is my take on your question. The type of convergence we're seeing is Kube+containerd and cloudfoundry+containerd. With the donation of containerd to CNCF underway, Docker is positioned as a direct competitor to Openshift in the enterprise container management space.
For anyone interested in comparing infrastructure management tools for Kubernetes provisioning and upgrading, I recommend checking out Infrakit. I'm hearing lots of Kubernetes operators mention it as something they're playing with.
If anyone is interested in discussing the same use case for Infrakit+Kubernetes, let me know we would be happy to do more in that area.
On Friday, March 17, 2017, Afra, Ziad via cncf-toc <cncf-toc@...
Low friction, low switching cost....interesting topics. How we manage the large "brownfield" estate is a big challenge.
What I am interested in seeing is how PCF+Kube+Docker evolves and how RH OpenShift positions itself as enterprise products to manage containers.
From: Alexis Richardson [mailto:alexis@...]
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2017 11:15 AM
To: Afra, Ziad (MLES)
Subject: Re: [cncf-toc] https://pivotal.io/kubo
The lowest friction adoption path for CNCF technologies in the CF
community is via add-ons, accessed via the CF service broker
mechanism. Kubo is a step in that direction because existing CF users
may wish to deploy Kubernetes using the same infra automation as they
use for CF, ie. BOSH. This move is therefore a win win. We'll see if
it gets much traction in the next few months - I hope it does.
On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 3:05 PM, Afra, Ziad via cncf-toc
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