@cgiffard@33MHz@jws also, if you’re wary of vendor lock-in, I would highly recommend against learning ECS and waiting for EKS (amazon’s managed k8s service) to become public. Or use GCP and their GKE service
@jws it’s a bit different. For Kubernetes (k8s) and AWS’s proprietary ECS, you still need to manage the instances where the containers are running on. Fargate is a service that does that for you — you still need to use k8s or ECS @33MHz@cgiffard
@lechindianer It'll be just a year when I leave. Next is not set in stone, but I'll be doing SRE for the time being while I get used to it. Their stuff is in mostly Rails and a bit of Go. Let's see how much Elixir I can sneak in... ha.