Being able to modernise applications means being able to deliver them at speed, with reliability and security, whether they’re cloud-native or updated legacy, whether they’re in the data centre or in a multi-cloud environment.
Kubernetes has become the standard tool for running and developing container-based application applications in the cloud. But according to major advocates, like Red Hat, Kubernetes has a lot more to offer than bolstering application development.
With hybrid and multi-cloud key enterprise trends, Kubernetes is also increasingly being touted as a foundational tool for such strategies. Why? Partly because it allegedly enables portability, allowing organisations to easily move applications between environments and clouds, thus avoiding dreaded vendor lock-in.