Compare CoreOS Rocket vs. Robin Systems

CoreOS Rocket is ranked 3rd in Container Virtualization while Robin Systems is ranked 5th in Container Virtualization. CoreOS Rocket is rated 0, while Robin Systems is rated 0. On the other hand, CoreOS Rocket is most compared with Docker and Canonical LXD, whereas Robin Systems is most compared with Docker and Flockport.
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Overview
Rocket is an application container engine developed for modern production cloud-native environments. It features a pod-native approach, a pluggable execution environment, and a well-defined surface area that makes it ideal for integration with other systems. The core execution unit of rkt is the pod, a collection of one or more applications executing in a shared context (Rocket's pods are synonymous with the concept in the Kubernetes orchestration system). Rocket allows users to apply different configurations (like isolation parameters) at both pod-level and at the more granular per-application level. Rocket's architecture means that each pod executes directly in the classic Unix process model (i.e. there is no central daemon), in a self-contained, isolated environment. rkt implements a modern, open, standard container format, the App Container (appc) spec, but can also execute other container images, like those created with Docker.

Based on modern container technology and bundled with unique purpose-built container-aware block storage, Robin Cloud Platform, powered by containers, enables application and data lifecycle management to plan, build and operate large-scale infrastructure. This capability is way more than the limited capability offered by the moving parts of the component-based stack, a GUI based management, for Big Data and databases in your data center. Decoupled mode allows separation of compute and storage, Robin Cloud Platform also allows users to decouple compute from storage and scale each layer interdependently and it provides users the flexibility to choose either decoupled or hybrid modes - or use a combination of the two - depending on the business/application needs.

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Atlassian, MemSQL, Deis, Rackspace, Cloud FoundryHadoop and Beyond, Spark, Elasticsearch
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