Distributed Environments With Containers
Increased flexibility, efficiency and reliability through automated deployments and orchestration
About this Datasheet
In recent years, there has been a clear trend away from physical hardware and towards virtualization. The reasons are diverse: costs need to be reduced, activities should be automatized and downtime decreased.
Even though virtual machines offer clear advantages compared to physical hosts, they are still cumbersome to manage, especially when the number of users or the relevance of the infrastructure increases. Additionally, the installation of additional machines e.g. for testing or training purposes as well as a proper documentation is extremely time consuming. Therefore, container-based virtualization is finding its way into the IT infrastructure of companies, as the benefits of containers are obvious: They are more flexible, efficient, faster, and stable, have many advantages in maintenance, and make applications scalable.
However, as soon as the container architecture becomes more complex the next challenges arise: How to deploy and manage those numerous isolated, stand-alone software packages (containers) of software pieces? fme supports you with the creation of container infrastructures and container orchestration.
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An orchestration software is able to manage containers
automatically. This includes following aspects:
- Launching of needed containers on hosts with idle resources
- Monitoring of containers and re-starting of faulted containers
- Scaling of containers
- Propagating configuration data into the containers
- Applying resource limits
- Partitioning your host cluster into namespaces and zones
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