Additionally, Twistlock just recently ran an Ultimate Guide to Container Orchestrators post, so if you still want more details, check it out. Twistlock engineers state that one server should be able to handle 15-20,000 servers, but still has to verify this. Persistent Storage The persistent storage layer of your containerized environment can take different forms, depending on which type of solution you use. Currently, the largest deployment in production is running a few hundred servers without issues. This also includes the security realm.
Keeping containerized applications secure requires a totally different approach to, and thought process about, security. That’s because containers work in fundamentally different ways from virtual machines (VMs).
As Twistlock is a new company, it is still testing out its technology on large-scale deployments.