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What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes, also referred to as K8s, is a way to orchestrate the automation of software deployment, scaling, and management by way of open-source container applications. Applications are grouped into containers based on content in order to streamline discovery and manageability. Kubernetes was created by Google in 2014 and after 15 years, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation took over and has since maintained the project.

Benefits of Kubernetes

Kubernetes is a great platform to use in order to scale your business. They automate their containerized environments in order to provide a more seamless process, saving your organization time and labor. By operating within multicloud environments, your organization will have more portability and easier access to all of your data and software. And your company’s microservices architecture can have an improved DevOps efficiency. Their native tooling allows for more opportunities for improved developer productivity. Digitizing and streamlining your software with Kubernetes can save your company time and money by making your software more efficient.

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