The Hidden Costs of Kubernetes

The Hidden Costs of Kubernetes

The Hidden Costs of Kubernetes The advantages of cloud-native architecture are well-known by now. You get the scalability of the cloud along with the business rewards of an elastic architecture. One thing that often gets lost in the mix, however, is the productivity costs associated with a cloud-native approach. In the US alone, over 70% of enterprises have adopted or are currently adopting cloud-native architecture, causing a surge in developers who are trying to...
Microservices Mesh – Part I

Microservices Mesh – Part I

Microservices Mesh – Part I If you’ve been following the trends in distributed and cloud architectures over the past few years, you’ve likely heard a lot about microservices. Since their introduction a few years ago, they’ve slowly started taking over the conversation around enterprise cloud deployments. More and more companies are announcing their move to microservices, and making blog posts and press releases to celebrate it. But while the move to microservices...
Microservices Mesh – Part II – Istio Basics

Microservices Mesh – Part II – Istio Basics

Microservices Mesh – Part II – Istio Basics Setting up a basic microservice in Kubernetes is deceptively simple. In our last article, we showed how easy it is to get off the ground using containers. We built a simple Docker image, deployed it using Kubernetes, and queried our app. Of course, that was relatively painless! But in the real world, cloud architectures are usually more complicated than that, involving multiple tens or hundreds of services, with...

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Blog Search for: The Hidden Costs of Kubernetes by hiring@cloudplex.io | Dec 23, 2019The advantages of cloud-native architecture are well-known by now. You get the scalability of the cloud along with the business rewards of an elastic architecture. One thing that often gets lost in the mix, however, is the productivity costs associated with a cloud-native approach. In the US alone, over 70% of enterprises have adopted or are currently adopting cloud-native...