Kubernetes has become the most popular option for generalized container management, but a full Kubernetes solution relies on a number of add-ons and complementary solutions. In other words, while Kubernetes is an incredible container management solution, you need surrounding components to realize your end goal effectively.
Figuring out Kubernetes can be a daunting, confusing exercise, and delivering an end-to-end solution often means managing a puzzling array of necessary tooling, monitoring, disaster recovery, and other solutions that lie outside the realm of the central cluster.
While the available information around Kubernetes continues to grow, the cloud native landscape continues to be a challenging learning curve for many. And, if you are trying to implement Kubernetes in an enterprise environment, the complexities can be a huge barrier to success.
This ebook is the first in our Bootcamp series designed to provide guidance on how to get real value from enterprise-scale container deployments. Read on for clear best practices around:
- Taking advantage of the Cloud Native Landscape
- Leveraging Kubernetes as part of your infrastructure for cloud-native applications
- Setting up and managing the tools needed to deliver Kubernetes-as-a-Service
To get started on the right track, download the eBook, "Kubernetes Bootcamp: How to Deliver an End-to-End Kubernetes Solution."