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Docker industry research
roundup, circa 2015
(Docker Austin Meetup)
@cote | 07Jan 2015 | cote.io
Slides: http://cote.io/au...
Much growth in Docker interest, use
1.8% use in 2014 to 8.3% use in 2015, over 7,000 companies using
DataDog
2
Source: Dat...
3
DataDog
aligns well
with other
studies
• 20.9% “doing
something”
• 6.3% in
production
• DataDog study:
2/3 of
companies
...
Demographics: big web & mobile?
4
“Used by Kubernetes to collect metrics from containers.”
Source: DataDog, Fall 2015, run...
“Container” vendors are targeting large
companies & other tech co.’s
More money than time types?
5Q: What type of enterpri...
Containers are ephemeral
Fits with single-process per container, “Unix style programming,”
microservices
"At companies tha...
Three emerging approaches
7
Build containers,
configure, deploy, &
manage them on
your own
Use a container
orchestration &...
Each year, it’s the same story with cloud:
expect less, or be burned
• Yak Shaving: “Through 2018, more than 70% of IT
org...
Thanks!
@cote | cote.io
Slides: http://cote.io/austin-docker-meetup/ 9
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Docker industry research roundup, circa. 2015

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Docker industry research roundup, circa. 2015

  1. 1. Docker industry research roundup, circa 2015 (Docker Austin Meetup) @cote | 07Jan 2015 | cote.io Slides: http://cote.io/austin-docker-meetup/
  2. 2. Much growth in Docker interest, use 1.8% use in 2014 to 8.3% use in 2015, over 7,000 companies using DataDog 2 Source: DataDog, Fall 2015, run on 6% of the hosts DataDog monitors, n=7,000.
  3. 3. 3 DataDog aligns well with other studies • 20.9% “doing something” • 6.3% in production • DataDog study: 2/3 of companies that try Docker adopt it Source: "Now Shipping: The Docker and Containers Ecosystem Rapidly Takes Shape," Jay Lyman, 451 Research, May 2015; survey data from 451 Research, Voice of the Enterprise survey, 1Q2015, n=991. DataDog, Fall 2015; run on 6% of the hosts DataDog monitors, n=7,000. See also StackEngine (Oracle)/Vmblog.com/CloudCown.com study from Jan 2015.
  4. 4. Demographics: big web & mobile? 4 “Used by Kubernetes to collect metrics from containers.” Source: DataDog, Fall 2015, run on 6% of the hosts DataDog monitors, n=7,000.
  5. 5. “Container” vendors are targeting large companies & other tech co.’s More money than time types? 5Q: What type of enterprise are you primarily targeting? n=46, survey completed May 2015. Source: “The Docker & Container Ecosystem,” The New Stack, Fall 2015, chart by work by Lawrence Hecht.
  6. 6. Containers are ephemeral Fits with single-process per container, “Unix style programming,” microservices "At companies that adopt Docker, containers have an average lifespan of 3 days, while across all companies, traditional and cloud-based VMs have an average lifespan of 12 days.” DataDog, Fall 2015; run on 6% of the hosts DataDog monitors, n=7,000 “[A] large percentage had a lifespan of less than an hour, many just two minutes or less.” 6 Reported in The New Stack, June 2015. Based on New Relic analysis of across 300 customers in beta "using an aggregate of 40,000 to 60,000 containers daily."
  7. 7. Three emerging approaches 7 Build containers, configure, deploy, & manage them on your own Use a container orchestration & management toolchain Use a PaaS/“cloud platform,” using, but “hiding” containers (1.) (2.) (3.) Shameless plug! See how we think of all this nonsense at Pivotal, start with this talk: “Cloud Native Promises in the Land of Continuously Delivered Microservices.”
  8. 8. Each year, it’s the same story with cloud: expect less, or be burned • Yak Shaving: “Through 2018, more than 70% of IT organizations planning a private PaaS will deploy a container service (rather than PaaS framework software).” • Computers suck: “Through 2018, over 80% of organizations that deploy or assemble self-managed PaaS frameworks will not achieve the expected cloud PaaS experience.” • Rotting meatware: “Because they are too focused on technology, many organizations miss the essential organizational and cultural changes that are a part of the cloud transformation as much as the technological change.” (Gartner, 8 Source: “Predicts 2016: PaaS Innovation Continues Unabated,” Gartner, Dec 2015. Less of this… More of this…
  9. 9. Thanks! @cote | cote.io Slides: http://cote.io/austin-docker-meetup/ 9

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