Thanks Joe. I haven’t tried Fargate, but have some experience in the “serverless containers” area. I work on the team on Azure that developed Azure Container Instances — Azure’s rough equivalent.
I just clicked the “Get Started with AWS Fargate” button at https://aws.amazon.com/fargate/ and the link took me to the ECS…
Actually Borg (which inspired k8s) was designed by some PhDs, professors and other smart folks at Google. I think it’s a wonderful foundation on which to build.
Sorry to hear that networking is killing your enthusiasm. Let’s talk offline because I can help, and I’d like to hear about what you’re trying to do. It’ll help me think about things. DM me?
Good point, Michael. The system, I’m describing is similar to a PaaS approach.
I worked on a PaaS for Kubernetes (Deis Workflow) and have seen the pros and cons of the approach. Folks loved — and still love — Workflow because it makes things so simple.
I agree wholeheartedly. I have learned countless languages, frameworks, APIs, etc… just because I sat down for a few hours to build a tiny little program. I’ve found that I get the most out of my experience by eliminating my expectations of myself before I start.