Author:Jim Bugwadia

Kubernetes Namespaces

Content contributed by CloudYuga; Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash Introduction Namespaces are Kubernetes objects which partition a single Kubernetes cluster into multiple virtual clusters. Each Kubernetes namespace provides the scope for Kubernetes Names it contains; which means that using the combination of an object name and a Namespace,…

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Enterprise-Wide Kubernetes

Kubernetes is being increasingly adopted by enterprises as a multi-cloud OS that provides a common constructs for designing and managing all applications.

As enterprise Kubernetes adoption grows, a pattern we are seeing is that enterprises will have several Kubernetes clusters. As enterprise teams start using Kubernetes for business-critical applications they also realize the benefits of centralizing cloud-native operational skills. This often leads to the formation of a “platform” team that provides operations and governance for Kubernetes clusters and workloads across the enterprise.

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