> 
> Under the current circumstances, this, in my view, means that Mesos
> has no long-term prospects unless it manages to shift to a
> niche/role/direction in which the problems cannot be reasonably solved
> by the Kubernetes-style cluster orchestration.
> 

If I read (outdated?) articles such as these[1] I wonder how currently mesos 
compares to kubernetes. Has kubernetes developed into the direction of mesos. 
Here they seem to be pretty pleased about the scheduler functionality of mesos.

[1]
https://www.stratoscale.com/blog/kubernetes/kubernetes-vs-mesos-architects-perspective/

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