Play container records on any private or public cloud turntable
The Canadian startup said it can be used to move containerised applications between microservices environments on-premises and in public clouds.
The flavour of the thing can be seen in the diagram:
Juke is an abstraction layer for containers across heterogeneous physical and virtual servers on-premises and in the public cloud, stitching these together to form a kind of multi-cloud data centre resource pool embracing compute, storage and networking.
HTBASE said it has software-defined networking and storage fabrics that pool cloud resources together into a single entity consumable by orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes and Docker Swarm.
Individual microservices can be dispersed across, and migrated between, cloud platforms and stateful volumes can be made highly available.