Is your organization ready to move containerized workloads into production or yet struggling with these challenges? Adopting complex stateful workloads with many dependencies, deploying containerization tooling without well-framed DevOps practices, and becoming gripped into vendor lock-in faster may be a few of such challenges. Having the right DevOps team in place and finding out how Kubernetes integrates with your company’s technological infrastructure to undergo effective legacy application modernization should be the way out. As an organization, you should consider if you have the requisite roles and skillsets before adopting new technologies. You must decide on runtime and orchestration engines in technical terms while selecting containerization workloads with utmost care and attention.
With more than 70% of organizations running containerized applications in production, Kubernetes has emerged to be one of the most sought-after methods to organize containers. Here are a few of the Kubernetes best practices that ensure its adoption truly advancing container deployment.