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Hi all,

I have the idea to develop an application, using Spring MVC in order to use the controller to make calls to Python processes. Then from the view input data and view the outputs of the processes.

How does it different from Docker + Kubernetes? I am thinking just to dockerize the model and orchestrate it with Kubernetes



Do you see any benefits of using the first approach over the second one?

Regards, Isaac

 
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A completing/complementing technology to this is Cloud Foundry (https://www.cloudfoundry.org).
Cloud Foundry can use Docker images, but it does not need to.
From what I understand Cloud Foundry packages provide even less of an attack surface then Docker images.

Just a thought or two.
 
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I mean to use a MVC application to contain calls to REST services which execute an machine learning algorithm...or instead use Docker + Kubernets?
 
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