5 considerations for managing your Kubernetes clusters
Applications have typically been composed all in one place, but more frequently now, companies are building out a cloud-native approach that spans multiple components across multiple clusters and cloud providers. As application workloads move from development to production, IT often requires multiple fit-for-purpose Kubernetes clusters to support continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) of DevOps pipelines. Cluster sprawl continues with the addition of new clusters configured for specific workloads, placing an increasing strain on traditional IT processes and methodologies.
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