SCENE 18: An architectural diagram shows three rectangles stacked on top of each
other. CPU / memory is on the bottom, kernel is in the middle, and operating system
is on the top. A myriad of hands extrude from the operating system layer to grab at
the spinning tools above, causing friction in the tools’ smooth rotation.
ATHENA: Thing is, if you run these services on a single operating system, you might
get conflicting library versions and application components (sentence continues)
SCENE 19: Athena stands on top of a transparent box. Inside rotating tools float
around, sometimes colliding with each other.
ATHENA: If you put them all in a virtual machine, apps could still conflict with one
another (sentence continues)
SAW (speaking to axe): Hey, Cut it out.
Pliers (speaking to wrench): Don’t pressure me!
SCENE 20: Athena staggers under the weight of stack of transparent boxes, each one
holding only a single rotating tool.
ATHENA: And if you create a separate virtual machine for each, it’d just be
top heavy, wasteful, and expensive.