Mesosphere alternatives

Mesosphere
The Mesosphere Datacenter Operating System (DCOS) is a new kind of operating system that spans all of the servers in a physical or cloud-based datacenter. Organize the machines in your datacenter or cloud as if they were one big computer. Save time, save money, and deliver applications faster.
Mesosphere alternatives are:
Kubernetes, CoreOS, Docker, OpenStack
Here are the latest news about Mesosphere:

2014 Mesosphere unveiled new data center OS


Mesosphere announced that its much-anticipated data center operating system has been released as a private beta and will be available to the public in early 2015. The new cloud OS, dubbed DCOS, tackles the complexity behind trying to read all of the machines inside a data center as one giant computer. Similar to how an operating system on a personal computer can distribute the necessary resources to all the installed applications, DCOS can supposedly do the same thing across the data center. The idea comes from the fact that today’s powerful data-crunching applications and services — like Kafka, Spark and Cassandra — span multiple servers, unlike more old-school applications like Microsoft Excel. Asking developers and operations staff to configure and maintain each individual machine to accommodate the new distributed applications is quite a lot, as Apache Mesos co-creator and new Mesosphere hire Benjamin Hindman.