You probably DON'T need a Kubernetes cluster
As Kubernetes takes container orchestration and the cloud by storm, it may look like it's the new default deployment choice.
And surely, Kubernetes looks shiny: it can run all kinds of payloads, microservices in both synchronous and asynchronous, even databases, right? It's not called the "Cloud OS" for nothing.
After training hundreds of engineers on dozens of companies, it's often not a requirement and more a "just in case" choice.
This talk gives a tour of where is Kubernetes today in the developer toolchain, and what is its unique value proposition compared to serverless, cloud vendors and on-premises deployments.
Finally, we will give recommendations for teams that already cope with Kubernetes on a daily basis, because infrastructure is only as resilient as the people managing it.
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