Published on October 17, 2017 by Docker
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At DockerCon EU 2017, Docker announced support is coming for Kubernetes in Docker Enterprise Edition. In this video, Docker Product Manager Vivek Saraswat walks you through the announcement, what it means, and how it will be implemented.

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Nick Braun
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Nick Braun
30 days 22 hours ago

It's kuberNETes not kuberNEATes

Max Gerasimov
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Max Gerasimov
1 month 1 day ago

does this mean that docker accent that swarm is losing against kubernetes?

AfterDune
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AfterDune
29 days 19 hours ago
Max Gerasimov I think it's a smart move to also support Kubernetes. And they kinda had to support it, because Kubernetes is very popular. Swarm losing, I don't know if that statement is really true, but Kubernetes is more popular atm (and that'll probably stay that way). I don't see Swarm going away for a while though. They'll co-exist most likely.With Docker now supporting both orchestrators, it makes life much easier. You can even take your Docker Compose files and it will translate them automatically and run everything on Kubernetes. I saw that on a demo at DockerCon. Quite cool… Read more »
Irie Reviewer
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Irie Reviewer
1 month 1 day ago

This is awesome !

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