The state-of-the-art scheduler of containerized cloud services considers load balance as the only criterion; many other important properties, including application performance, are overlooked. In the era of Big Data, however, applications evolve to be increasingly more data-intensive thus perform poorly when deployed on containerized cloud services. To that end, this paper aims to improve today's cloud service by taking application performance into account for the next-generation container schedulers. More specifically, in this work we build and analyze a new model that respects both load balance and application performance. Unlike prior studies, our model abstracts the dilemma between load balance and application performance into a unified optimization problem and then employs a statistical method to efficiently solve it. The most challenging part is that some sub-problems are extremely complex (for example, NP-hard), and heuristic algorithms have to be devised. Last but not least, we implement a system prototype of the proposed scheduling strategy for containerized cloud services. Experimental results show that our system can significantly boost application performance while preserving high load balance.