I’m finally beginning to delve into containers after many years of assuming (since 2014) that containerization would be just another bygone trend in IT history. Such bad judgement on my part.
I do wish introduction articles and other related content were explained in plain English, but I know I’ll eventually understand what technical jargon DevOps people are zealously publishing online.
@prologic This should be forever pinned, because that is, by far, the simplest explanation of Linux containers I have seen yet. I’ve thought of containers as a special chroot concept of sorts. Glad to know I wasn’t wrong with that assumption!
@prologic Lol, I’m honestly still trying wrap my head around Kubernetes. It’s seemingly an Ansible with far greater capabilities. In practice, is Kubernetes supposed to replace Ansible?
@prologic wait so RancherOS is just one big lie? 😂
@stutteringsteve There’s a lot of info out there, obviously, but I found this blog post particularly useful when I was trying to see where Nomad and Kubernetes best fit: https://www.hashicorp.com/blog/nomad-kubernetes-a-pragmatic-look-at-choosing-orchestrators