[openstack-dev] So... why exactly? Was: [magnum] Discovery Mechanism For Swarm Bay
davanum at gmail.com
Thu Apr 16 22:44:37 UTC 2015
In Paris, we had one spec and zero core.
By the time we hit Vancouver, we will have a few scenarios working
with 3 milestones.
Come vancouver, We'll definitely know for sure if there is appetite
and interest in the community for this set of abstractions and
packaging we have currently in progress/proposed in the
developer/deployer community. Interesting times as they say :)
On Thu, Apr 16, 2015 at 6:21 PM, Jay Pipes <jaypipes at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 04/16/2015 05:29 PM, Adrian Otto wrote:
>> This approach addresses all three concerns laid out above. The same
>> approach should apply both to CoreOS and Swarm Bay so the user
>> experience is consistent.
> So, the above comment got me thinking... why does the user experience need
> to be consistent? It's not like developers are going to deploy stuff on
> Docker Swarm *and* Fleet/CoreOS *and* Kubernetes.
> Developers who want to deploy on container clusters generally have already
> picked one of them -- Mesos, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Fleet, etc. What is
> the benefit of having an abstraction layer that tries to make the usage of
> these different developer tools RESTful and consistent? Why wouldn't the
> developer/deployer simply install Kubernetes or Mesos or Docker Swarm in one
> or more VMs using Heat/Murano and use the native API of their container
> cluster orchestration tool of choice?
> It's a bit like saying that we need to make a SQL-as-a-Service API endpoint
> that installs multiple database servers into VMs and offers some ANSI SQL
> via REST API service to communicate with multiple database servers. It just
> doesn't make any logical sense to me. Database developers want to use the
> native APIs of their preferred database server, not some
> lowest-common-denominator SQL over REST interface.
> Can someone enlighten me please?
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