Kubernetes: The Future of InfrastructureThis ebook explains how Kubernetes is modernizing the microservices architecture. Included are a deep dive into the history of Kubernetes and containers, the technical and organizational benefits of using Kubernetes for container orchestration, as well as considerations for adopting it.
The adoption of containers has created a fundamental need for container orchestration. Kubernetes has grown to become a top choice for DevOps teams deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications.
For organizations investing in or considering containers, understanding the landscape for container orchestration is critical, which is what the ebook “Kubernetes: The Future of Infrastructure” addresses.
To compete with large enterprise incumbents, Middle Market and SMB companies need an API platform that enables them to easily build and run next-generation software by providing an enterprise-grade performance with consumer-grade ease of use. Other API gateways and platforms lack the performance, ease-of-use, and automation needed to enable lean teams to build and operate complex, next-generation software.
The Kong Enterprise API platform provides the performance, ease-of-use, and automation Middle Market and SMB companies need to be able to easily build, manage, and scale new services and products in the most cost-effective way possible.
Reduce Time to Market
- Kong seamlessly integrates into CI/CD workflows to automate manual deployment and release tasks and accelerate dev cycles.
- Kong encodes governance into development workflows by standardizing traffic control policies and enabling spec-first development.
Improve Customer Experience
- Kong Enterprise provides the industry’s lowest latency and highest scalability to ensure your services always perform at their best.
- Kong’s lightweight, open source core allows you to optimize performance across all your services, no matter where they run.
- Scale Kong nodes linearly to process trillions of API calls with zero decrease in performance or stability.
- Maximize resource efficiency and minimize footprint with Kong’s lightweight core.
- Empower developers to use the best tool for the job at the lowest cost
- Dynamically scale up and down with demand to optimize cost without sacrificing performance
- Avoid development siloes, which could require costly integrations
- Avoid Lock-in and component dependencies
In this eBook we discuss:
- The history of containers.
- How Kubernetes enables container orchestration.
- A technical deep dive into how Kubernetes interacts within your environment.
- How Kubernetes and containers enhance a microservices architecture.
- Considerations for the future of Kubernetes and the container ecosystem.