Kubernetes Valuable Features

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 setup. You do not need to do anything for the management of this. So, the automation of Kubernetes is number one. View full review »
MarcChauvin
CEO at tamac GmbH
The most valuable aspect of the solution is the scalability. Kubernetes is quite complex. That's the reason there are some companies that are developing tools simplifying the life of the administrator. There are Kubernetes distributions, like Rancher. Rancher is one of my favorites. There are others too, like OpenShift, for example. View full review »
Aravind Madhava
Lead Solutions Architect at DXC
I like the interface of this solution. When you're using it in real time, it seems to be a little easier to use versus the other options. View full review »
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Rahul Rahul
Cloud Architect at Metro Trains
A valuable feature is the management of containers and not having to worry about the high availability or scalability, especially when launching it in the cloud. I like that they provide a managed platform as a service, and you don't really have to worry too much about the master nodes that control the workloads. You tell them what you want: This is a minimum number of container instance, or a maximum number of container instance in this tier. It automatically gets taken care of. What I like about Kubernetes is that it actually manages the containers for you so there are no concerns regarding availability. If something fails, it launches another one and it scales out which is good. View full review »
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. View full review »
reviewer1425825
Junior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature is the support for Docker containers. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Kubernetes. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: October 2020.
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