What is Fleet?
Fleet is a low-level cluster engine that feels like a distributed init system. With fleet, you can treat your CoreOS cluster as if it shared a single init system.
Fleet is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Fleet is an open source tool with 2.4K GitHub stars and 316 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Fleet's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Fleet?
3 companies reportedly use Fleet in their tech stacks, including Clearbit, Bandai Namco Entertainment US inc, and Aidence.
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Fleet.
Sep 4 2015 at 8:23AM
- Deploy docker containers on arbitrary hosts in a cluster
- Distribute services across a cluster using machine-level anti-affinity
- Maintain N instances of a service, re-scheduling on machine failure
- Discover machines running in the cluster
- Automatically SSH into the machine running a job
Fleet Alternatives & Comparisons
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