Benchmarking contianers in clouds

I am working with container orchestration environments, I want to run some tests on docker-swarm and Kubernetes, as a part of that I am interested to know about the container “startup time” when they are running in aws. Eg : https://medium.com/on-docker/evaluating-container-platforms-at-scale-5e7b44d93f2c. It was in a very large scale but I want to do it in a small scale and
I am using time docker run containerId command and it results the real time of a container. I want to know whether I am following a correct procedure to know about the container startup time or anyone here know some better benchmarking tools to do this step. In the docker blog I mentioned here they did an extraordinary job which shows in thier results. I did some research about this but nothing seems interesting

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