Why people are saying docker swarm is in life support when Mirantis is saying otherwise

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Mirantis official blog says Mirantis will continue to support and develop Docker Swarm. we’re excited to announce our continued support for Docker Swarm, while also investing in new features requested by customers. ….. These conversations have led us to the conclusion that our customers want continued support of Swarm without an implied end date. ….. our customers can rest assured that Mirantis will continue to support their Swarm investments. ….. Mirantis will be continuing to invest in active Swarm development. Recently Mirantis developed Swarm Jobs, a new service mode enabling run-and-done workloads on a Swarm cluster. This blog was posted on February 24, 2020. However I checked their github repo and last activity was ~2 months ago. So what is actually going on? If Mirantis did not need docker swarm then why did they acquire it? If they have really decided to kill the project then why they are saying differently in the blog post? Is anyone spreading misinformation about the death of docker swarm? If so, then why? submitted by /u/ismail783 [link] [comments]

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