Don’t get it, are you talking about the Neutron FWaaS ? If so, yes it would avoid the so called High traffic situation that I talked about on baremetal.
Docker is less subject to such issue as the workload would so be distributed among multiple nodes thanks to LBaaS, LB Solution such as HAProxy/Vendor solutions or even ingress technics. I would however agree for small docker clusters but I highly doubt that professional company would indeed choose to host such services without having correctly forecasted enough hardware. Le jeu. 1 févr. 2018 à 21:34, Christian Berendt < bere...@betacloud-solutions.de> a écrit : > > > > On 1. Feb 2018, at 19:42, Flint WALRUS <gael.ther...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > I think that indeed make sens as because now a day most the > installations tend to either be within a dockerized solution or a > relatively fair amont (3/4) of large hw nodes. > > > > One situation that would require dedicated hw would be a very large > installation requiring you to lower the network pression on your > controllers or docker workers in order to avoid noisy behaviors. > > Depending on the firewall concept, dedicated networks make sense in > smaller environments using Docker. > > Christian. > > -- > Christian Berendt > Chief Executive Officer (CEO) > > Mail: bere...@betacloud-solutions.de > Web: https://www.betacloud-solutions.de > > Betacloud Solutions GmbH > Teckstrasse 62 / 70190 Stuttgart / Deutschland > > Geschäftsführer: Christian Berendt > Unternehmenssitz: Stuttgart > Amtsgericht: Stuttgart, HRB 756139 > >
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