According to RedHat’s Kubernetes adoption, security, and market trends report 2021, the adoption of Kubernetes (K8s) is widespread. In fact, 88% of survey respondents report currently running data on Kubernetes and 74% of respondents report leveraging K8s in production environments.
Developers are using Kubernetes (K8s) for a plethora of reasons. And since Kubernetes can be used to improve business outcomes, streamline processes, accelerate CI/CD, you name it — the possibilities are virtually endless. But some developers are taking advantage of the power of Kubernetes and are bringing it to an entirely new level.
According to Pepperdata’s survey, 77% of respondents were expecting to migrate 50% or more of their data applications to Kubernetes (K8s) by the end of 2021. 10% of respondents had already migrated their...
Hybrid workforces are becoming the new norm across all industries. According to a recent survey, 76% of respondents reported that their company shifted to a hybrid workforce in the past year. It’s no surprise...
It’s safe to say that transitioning to running DevOps pipelines on Kubernetes is not a luxury — it’s a necessity. But the question is, how can DevOps professionals simplify and speed up CI/CD with Kubernetes?
Containerization already plays a strategic role in 20% of global organizations, and 70% are reporting plans to adopt cloud containers within the next 6-18 months. What makes a cloud container so useful in DevOps environments?
Application modernization and redesign is critical to adopting containers as an infrastructure building block. Kubernetes was designed to run stateless applications, but not all workloads are born equal.
What if we could instantly rearrange the individual datum in a set according to time? What if we could include or exclude groups of data from a set in such a way that the full contents of the new data set represented