Container orchestration

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Container orchestration concerns the management of multiple linux containers. At the metal are linux containers a virtualized featureset that is supported by and built into the kernel. Above this is the management layer that spins up and spins down individual containers, Docker/Mesos and related handle this. Then there is container orchestration where kubernets/docker swarm and related compete.

Available software and articles

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Name Package Homepage Description
Utility1 app-software/utility1 http://www.something.com This is a short summary of the what the Utility1 does well, and perhaps what it does not do well. It is find to mention what kind of user may be interested in this utility and when it should be used.
Utility2 app-software/utility2 http://www.something.com This is a short summary of the what the Utility2 does well, and perhaps what it does not do well. It is find to mention what kind of user may be interested in this utility and when it should be used.

Configuration

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Troubleshooting

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Issue 1

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See also

External resources

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References

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