Containers are ephemeral by nature: they exist to run a single process, and then they are terminated. These are also built to be immutable, meaning that application upgrades require those containers to be replaced, rather than updated. Since they are virtual software packages intended to run on any platform, containers don’t have native access to computing resources such as storage or networking.
Container orchestration tools were developed to provide frameworks for managing microservices at scale through container lifecycle management procedures. Lets understand the detailed analysis of Kubernetes vs. Nomad:
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