[CentOS] Are linux distros redundant?

Wed Apr 24 19:02:54 UTC 2019
Benjamin Hauger <hauger at noao.edu>

Kubernetes isn't really a general-purpose UNIX operating system and so 
the question seems like it's comparing apples with oranges, at least, 
unless you're doing a very narrow and specific thing with certain 
automation and scalability requirements.

I don't think the fundamental raison d'être for a UNIX workstation or 
server operating environment has changed in four decades, even if there 
are also specialized grids for scalable application or HPC operations.


On 4/24/19 5:42 AM, Andrew Holway wrote:
> I just realised that I haven't touched a centos/redhat machine in more than
> a couple of years. Everything I do now is Kubernetes based or using cloud
> services (or k8s cloud services).
> What about it listeroons? Is your fleet of centos boxes ever expanding or
> are you just taking care of a single java 6 jboss application that takes
> care of the companies widget stocks?
> How are your jobs changing?
> Cheers,
> Andrew
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Benjamin Hauger
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