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Quantifying Container Runtime
Performance
A Serverless Platform Case Study
Phil Estes
Senior Technical Staff, IBM Cloud
CT...
@estesp
● Virtualization
● IaaS
● PaaS
● Containers
● CaaS
● Serverless
(FaaS)
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Quantifying Container Runtime Performance: OSCON 2017 Open Container Day

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A talk given at Open Container Day at O'Reilly's OSCON convention in Austin, Texas on May 9th, 2017. This talk describes an open source project, bucketbench, which can be used to compare performance, stability, and throughput of various container engines. Bucketbench currently supports docker, containerd, and runc, but can be extended to support any container runtime. This work was done in response to performance investigations by the Apache OpenWhisk team in using containers as the execution vehicle for functions in their "Functions-as-a-Service" runtime. Find out more about bucketbench here: https://github.com/estesp/bucketbench

A talk given at Open Container Day at O'Reilly's OSCON convention in Austin, Texas on May 9th, 2017. This talk describes an open source project, bucketbench, which can be used to compare performance, stability, and throughput of various container engines. Bucketbench currently supports docker, containerd, and runc, but can be extended to support any container runtime. This work was done in response to performance investigations by the Apache OpenWhisk team in using containers as the execution vehicle for functions in their "Functions-as-a-Service" runtime. Find out more about bucketbench here: https://github.com/estesp/bucketbench

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