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When kale first became synonymous with healthy eating, consumers rushed to buy kilos of it. However, without other ingredients or the right recipe what ends up on the plate can be pretty underwhelming, and in some cases plain inedible. It’s no coincidence then, that a bag of kale is the first thing to pop into my head when I think about Kubernetes – a recent craze within the tech industry.
In this Q&A Matt Bates discusses Kubernetes potential, challenges and the state of maturity in the UK.
VMware kicked off virtual VMworld 2020 with a string of new cloud services and integrations with the world’s leading public cloud providers to strengthen its multi-cloud proposition.
Improved support for the VMware Tanzu product range is now being rolled out across VMware’s AWS, Google Cloud, Oracle and Azure partnerships, partnerships VMware launched to enable vSphere customers to embrace the hybrid cloud trend.
Notwithstanding its benefits, Kubernetes can undermine organisations’ digital security if container admins don’t configure it correctly.
Kubernetes has become the standard tool for running and developing container-based application applications in the cloud. But according to major advocates, like Red Hat, Kubernetes has a lot more to offer than bolstering application development.
With hybrid and multi-cloud key enterprise trends, Kubernetes is also increasingly being touted as a foundational tool for such strategies. Why? Partly because it allegedly enables portability, allowing organisations to easily move applications between environments and clouds, thus avoiding dreaded vendor lock-in.