How to Use Hybrid Clusters to Effectively Expand Your Kubernetes Ecosystem
Explore best practices on how major corporations are tackling some of the industry’s largest challenges around expanding their Kubernetes ecosystems.
- Learn how hybrid clusters can increase flexibility, reliability, and scalability: allowing different types of nodes (gpu, arm, etc) within the same cluster
- Learn about the benefits of centralized management to manage and configure multiple clusters on-prem or in any public cloud, eliminating the need to run a separate admin cluster
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Kubernetes has taken the enterprise IT ecosystem by storm and Gartner predicts that by 2025, the container management market is estimated to grow from $300 million to $1 billion. This has catapulted the popularity of Kubernetes, putting it in third place for the most loved platform. Kubernetes is also immensely popular for organisations of all shapes and sizes, primarily based on the ability to deploy and operate the technology that their applications need with increased agility and efficiency, at a global scale – consistently.
With the rapid growth of new applications and applications that are being modernized, the modern enterprise must continue to stay agile and evolve by expanding their Kubernetes ecosystem in tandem. Along with this growth, has come increased challenges like security and increased complexity.