Kubernetes Pros and Cons

Kubernetes Pros

Michal Smolik
DevOps Consultant at DevOpsGroup
The auto-repair function in Kubernetes is perfect. When something breaks, the auto-repair function automatically repairs it. If you are running the content in Kubernetes, you have a good set up. You do not need to do anything for the management of this. So, the automation of Kubernetes is number one.
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reviewer1440765
Senior Software Developer at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
The ease of use if the solution is a very valuable aspect for us.
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MarcChauvin
CEO at tamac GmbH
The most valuable aspect of the solution is the scalability.
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Aravind Madhava
Lead Solutions Architect at DXC
A good interface, better than comparable solutions.
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Rahul Rahul
Cloud Architect at Metro Trains
Provision of a managed platform as a service.
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reviewer1347375
Azure Cloud Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a very good solution for deploying microservices in an application. It has a lot of freedom in it, which makes it very interesting. It is also web-enabled. You can run services in other virtual applications and virtual machines.
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reviewer1425825
Junior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature is the support for Docker containers.
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Kubernetes Cons

Michal Smolik
DevOps Consultant at DevOpsGroup
The Kubernetes dashboard can be improved. It is currently a mess. We were using Rancher earlier, and everyone was happy with the dashboard. Right now, we are using Kubernetes, and it's not working with Microsoft workstations. We still have problems with the dashboard. It's terrible.
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reviewer1440765
Senior Software Developer at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
It would be very interesting if they could introduce a template engine to set dynamic values in the deployment time. It would be ideal if it could be native in Kubernetes as it would be much easier.
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MarcChauvin
CEO at tamac GmbH
The solution can be quite complex for many users.
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Aravind Madhava
Lead Solutions Architect at DXC
Some Kubernetes technical support would be helpful.
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Rahul Rahul
Cloud Architect at Metro Trains
Management features could be simplified.
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reviewer1347375
Azure Cloud Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It would be useful to have a basic and stable interface for monitoring and quick deployment purposes, especially when the deployments are big like a proof of concept or proof of technology. Currently, you need to use the Kubernetes console for all functionalities. It is not a quick-to-learn product if you are not from a Linux background. You need to be very skilled at Linux to learn it quickly. It took me two to three months because I mostly work with Microsoft products. For people who are not from a Linux background, the learning curve is a little bit longer.
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reviewer1425825
Junior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The management needs to be improved.
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Learn what your peers think about Kubernetes. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: October 2020.
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