Published: 11 September 2023
Organizations adopting cloud-native architectures in hybrid, multicloud and edge computing environments find that large and diverse Kubernetes deployments increase complexity, costs and risk. Cluster fleet management can help I&O leaders address these challenges.
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The challenges of managing the life cycles of disparate hybrid, multicloud and edge Kubernetes clusters make it difficult for I&O leaders to group and manage the clusters consistently using policy at group and cluster level.
The adoption of large and diverse Kubernetes cluster deployments forces I&O teams to manage blind spots for potential cybersecurity, data breach and compliance risks.
The traditional I&O service model increases labor costs and lacks the self-service capability that provides timely container services with the ability to meet the requirements for cloud-native application development.
I&O leaders responsible for hybrid and multicloud container service should:
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