So, Kubernetes is the ‘in’ thing for managing containers. It’s portable, scalable, and reliable. But just because it’s popular, doesn’t mean it’s right for you. There are many things to consider when pondering the jump to Kubernetes. There are lots of hidden costs like upskilling your staff and maintaining a baseline infrastructure that may or may not be prohibitive depending on your particular needs. For example, you need at least six nodes to have a redundant system. Costs like this add up. It certainly is not a slam dunk to adopt Kubernetes.
Join Kubernetes experts Tennis Smith and Salman Iqbal to discuss the reasons why you should or should NOT adopt Kubernetes.
– Do you really need high availability?
– What if your application is monolithic?
– Don’t forget the K8s learning curve
– Hidden costs
– Remember the complexities
– What happens if you opt for K8s, what then?