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Extending Docker by Russ McKendrick

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Chapter 7. Looking at Schedulers

In this chapter, we will look at a few different schedulers that are capable of launching containers on both your own infrastructures as well as public cloud-based infrastructures. To start with, we will look at two different schedulers, both of which we will use to launch clusters on Amazon Web Services. The two schedulers are as follows:

We will then take a look at a tool that offers its own scheduler as well as supports others:

Let's dive straight in by looking at Kubernetes.

Getting started with Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open source tool, originally developed by Google. It is described as:

"A tool for automating ...

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