The impact of Kubernetes on development
Kubernetes and DevOps: a match made in heaven?
The underlying complexities of Kubernetes at large scale
Large enterprises invested in container-based applications struggle to realize the true value of Kubernetes and container technology due to day-2 management challenges. Those are a handful of things to manage. To name a few, you have to take care of packaging & artifacts, cloud computing, configuration management, provisioning, orchestration, service discovery, process management, logging, monitoring, observability, visualization, security, error tracking, and some other random stuff related to Kubernetes cluster management.
The management challenges of Kubernetes day-2 operations
- Configuring networking and persistent storage at a large scale
- Staying up to date with the rapidly moving community releases of Kubernetes
- Updating applications and the Kubernetes version to security patches, maintenance fixes, and feature updates
- Setting up and maintaining monitoring and logging
- Disaster recovery for the Kubernetes master(s)
CloudPlex makes Kubernetes manageable
Whether you need to bootstrap your own cluster with full management capabilities or use one of the managed services like AKS, EKS, and GKE, CloudPlex gives you the freedom and the flexibility to accomplish your technical choices effortlessly.
CloudPlex automatically configures storage class, persistent volume, persistent volume claim, and their associations. CloudPlex only requires basic information about the size of the volume and the identity of the container to associate. Moreover, CloudPlex provides a uniform interface for all public clouds.