Why Migrate to Kubernetes?

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Developed by Google in 2014, Kubernetes, or K8s, is an orchestration tool for automating and managing the deployment of containers, which are standardized units of software that contain all the code and other dependencies required for an app to run. There are various reasons to migrate a container or application to Kubernetes, but the primary reasons are to enable seamless automated app deployment, easy scalability, and efficient operability. 

Kubernetes offers clear advantages for application developers, as evidenced by how much they’ve adopted it since 2014. According to a 2021 Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) survey of more than 2,300 developers, architects, and engineers, there are now more than 3.9 million Kubernetes developers worldwide, and 31% of backend developers worldwide use Kubernetes. 

Per the same survey:

96% are using or evaluating Kubernetes 69% are using Kubernetes in production

With such clear advantages to migrating to Kubernetes, let’s look at the when and how to migrate to Kubernetes. 

When to Migrate to Kubernetes

Kubernetes should be considered as part of your overall application modernization activities within your organization, as it enables the scalability, stability, cost control, and orchestration capabilities needed to run production containerized applications at enterprise scale. When you

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