There’s one thing that system administrators can all agree on: Deploying and managing large-scale distributed systems is complex. And if you have hundreds of applications, trying to do everything manually would not work. So, to overcome this problem, container technologies have been widely adopted for large-scale distributed systems across a variety of industries.
A container is a unit of software deployment that packages an application and its dependencies. Container technologies could be useful for Data Distribution Service™ (DDS) systems, especially if you have a large-scale system and need to remotely deploy, update and scale it. At RTI, we have been exploring Docker and Kubernetes for quite some time now and have learned many lessons. This webinar will focus on how containerized DDS applications can be managed and deployed using Kubernetes, the lessons learned and issues to avoid.