Now that there's a fairly solid core build, I'd like to turn to the idea of operating intent for Atomic fleets. The presumption is that an Atomic host on it's own running one off Docker containers isn't the central use case.
Mainly this is for the Getting Started guide, but also to clarify some of the ideas that we're communicating. I've noticed that there's some pointers to tools that don't ship in the core build (git and ansible for example), so how do we expect someone to manage their Atomic fleet?
Here's some base questions that I think need commentary:
1) Core services run on the Atomic hosts - Kubernetes, fleet, etcd all run on the host not as containers on the host
2) Kubernetes has a master / minion relationship for scheduling - the minion definitions live on the Atomic hosts designated for work loads, the master definition and etcd live on:
a) a nominated Atomic host
-- or --
b) a Fedora 21 server designated as fleet manager
3) Cockpit multi-host is the standard way to manage an Atomic fleet, to include Kubernetes, fleet, Docker, etcd [once the appropriate modules are complete].
Other thought, move the layered package POC to a first class effort? Adding packages in a supported manner could be useful for a operational model, I'm thinking of things like git, ansible, ipa-client, and other things pulled / turned down as too large or not enough requests.