Kubernetes is a part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), with over 1,500 contributors, having partnerships and contracts with powerful companies and technologies like Red Hat, Google, CoreOS, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Oracle, Microsoft, VMware, and Pivotal. While Kubernetes functions on any Linux distribution, Red Hat in this scenario takes extra steps to make it easier to use. Kubernetes also produces containers on Windows.
From large banks to auto companies all are now using Kubernetes to enable critical apps banking and in cars respectively. There is a high demand for skilled staff to work and manage Kubernetes to aid in distributed containers. These jobs are paid very well with a challenging work scope. Organizations implementing a hybrid cloud approach care find it difficult to figure out the usage of the right cloud for the right cloud project. With the business, industry, and customer in desperation of a perpetuating change. There doesn’t exist a single way to develop a well-integrated hybrid cloud solution, but can be negotiated with the leverages to connect to the hybrid cloud.
In such times, Deploying containers and Kubernetes will help organizations in creating an abstract with diverse benefits of multi-cloud deployments. This can be achieved by adding a level of standardization and portability which can be combined with orchestration and a common management framework.