Aaron talks to Alexis Richardson (@monadic, Co-founder and CEO @Weaveworks) about new container based architecture stacks and models, the state of Docker today and how to decipher this ever changing ecosystem
Date: December 9, 2015
By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely
- Thank you to Docker for having us as a media sponsor at Dockercon EU
- This show sponsored by Intel Cloud For All
- Weaveworks Github
- The Post-Amazon Challenge and the New Stack Model
- How To Detect, Map and Monitor Docker Containers with Weave Scope from Weaveworks
Topic 1 - Alexis, give us some background on yourself (RabbitMQ) as well as Weaveworks.
Topic 2 - What is your view of the Docker ecosystem today?
Topic 3 - Tell us about the state of networking in Docker today. This space is evolving quickly and has become a very hot market. What problems are you trying to solve that differentiates you from the others including SocketPlane (which has been absorbed into Docker). Isn’t the whole idea behind Weave is how to maintain your application and it’s networking without doing “unnatural acts” to get containers and networking to work together. How do the Weave products fit into this? Give us the decoder ring… (more than Weave Net)
Topic 4 - How do CoreOS or Kubernetes figure into all of this?