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Container Landscape -05.01.15

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Here is a presentation i put together to show the current players in the container and container management space. This is in no way an exhaustive list.

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Container Landscape -05.01.15

  1. 1. Container management and landscape Synching up on Advanced IT Barton George April 30, 2015
  2. 2. Dell - Restricted - Confidential2 Containers vs VMs • Own OS • More secure/Mature • Common OS • Bleeding edge • VERY fast launch times • Can travel dev > test > launch
  3. 3. Dell - Restricted - Confidential3 The landscape + Any Linux + Data Center Operating System
  4. 4. Dell - Restricted - Confidential4 Key players
  5. 5. Dell - Restricted - Confidential5 Key players • DeFacto container standard • Monetizes via services and enterprise features • DevOps: Development, Test, Deploy • Partnerships: IBM, MS, Red Hat, Vmware • 75 employees • Funding: $26M + $40M + $95M = $161M
  6. 6. Dell - Restricted - Confidential6 Key players • Open source container orchestration/ management system as single system • Can use Docker or Rocket • Partnerships: IBM, MS, Red Hat, Vmware, Docker, Mesosphere, CoreOS, Salt Stack • Base for Google Container Engine, works w/Google Compute Engine to give edge over Azure and AWS 1
  7. 7. Dell - Restricted - Confidential7 Key players • CoreOS = Light weight container-centric Linux distro (open source) • Rocket: Alternative to Docker • Tectonic: • CoreOS stack + Kubernetes • Pre-packages all of the components required to build Google-style infrastructure • Supports Docker and Rocket • First commercial release for private/public clouds • 28 employees • Funding $8M + $12M (Google ventures)
  8. 8. Dell - Restricted - Confidential8 Key players • Based on open source Mesos project • Data center OS – organizes all of your machines, VMs, and cloud instances into a single pool of intelligently/dynamically shared resources. • Kubernetes is layered on top • Runs on top of and enhances Linux distros; supports Docker (competes with CoreOS) • Goal = 100+ employees by end of year • Funding: $36M + $10.5M + X = ~$50M
  9. 9. Dell - Restricted - Confidential9 The landscape + Any Linux + Data Center Operating System
  10. 10. Confidential Thank you.

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