A performance comparison of cloud-based container orchestration tools
Y Pan, I Chen, F Brasileiro, G Jayaputera, R Sinnott
Proceedings - 10th IEEE International Conference on Big Knowledge, ICBK 2019 | IEEE | Published : 2019
Compared to the traditional approach of using virtual machines as the basis for the development and deployment of applications running in Cloud-based infrastructures, container technology provides developers with a higher degree of portability and availability, allowing developers to build and deploy their applications in a much more efficient and flexible manner. A number of tools have been proposed to orchestrate complex applications comprising multiple containers requiring continuous monitoring and management actions to meet application-oriented and non-functional requirements. Different container orchestration tools provide different features that incur different overheads. As such, it i..View full abstract
The authors would like to thank the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources for providing the (free) access to and use of the Research Cloud resources that were used in this paper. Acknowledgments are also made to the Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship for supporting the work, and the LiDAR project team at the Melbourne eResearch Group for the support in utilizing the LiDAR application in this paper.