It’s no news that containers represent a portable unit of deployment, and OpenStack has proven an ideal environment for running container workloads. However, where it usually becomes more complex is that many times an application is often built out of multiple containers. What’s more, setting up a cluster of container images can be fairly cumbersome
because you need to make one container aware of another and expose intimate details that are required for them to communicate which is not trivial especially if they’re not on the same host.
These scenarios have instigated the demand for some kind of orchestrator. The list of container orchestrators is growing fairly fast. This session will compare the different orchestation projects out there - from Heat to Kubernetes to TOSCA - and help you choose the right tool for the job.