a few answers here. Mostly people pointing out shortcomings and the team asking them to start a thread on their forum though :(
In this post, we’re going to take a deeper dive into the architectural concepts underlying cluster computing using container management frameworks such as ECS. We will show how these frameworks effectively abstract the low-level resources such as CPU, memory, and storage, allowing for highly efficient usage of the nodes in a compute cluster. Building on some of the concepts detailed in the earlier posts, we will discover why containers are such a good fit for this type of abstraction, and how the Amazon EC2 Container Service fits into the larger ecosystem of cluster management frameworks.
‘Here are four Kubernetes features that came from our experiences with Borg.’
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