While many developers are enthusiastic about the way containers can speed up deployments, administrators and operators may be a bit more wary, given the considerable amount of retooling that their internal systems may need to go through to support container-based pipelines.
Which is why the emerging Containers as a Service (CaaS) approach may prove popular to both camps.
CaaS changes the dynamic for how containers are perceived by operations teams that must otherwise build-out platforms that manage complex environments. At scale, containers bring with them the need for new tooling, services and platforms. And for most businesses, the expertise is missing to manage complex, scaled-out platforms built on container-based clusters.
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