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What are the challenges with Kubernetes?
Developers should keep the following in mind when developing a strategy to overcome these three common governance challenges in Kubernetes deployments:
- Lack of Visibility and Management.
- Operational Complexity and Overhead.
- Empowering Both Developers and Operators.
Is Kubernetes complicated?
“Despite 6 years of progress, Kubernetes is still incredibly complex,” said Drew Bradstock, product lead for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). “What we’ve seen in the past year or so is a lot of enterprises are embracing Kubernetes, but then they run headlong into the difficulty.”
What is highest rated challenge Kubernetes users face?
The Top Challenges Kubernetes Users Face with Deployment
- More than 40 percent say that security, networking and storage are container-related challenges.
- Security and networking are more likely to be cited as a container-related challenge at organizations with 1,000 or more employees.
Is Kubernetes secure?
Kubernetes provides innate security advantages. For example, application containers are typically not patched or updated — instead, container images are replaced entirely with new versions. This enables strict version control and permits rapid rollbacks if a vulnerability is uncovered in new code.
Why is Kubernetes difficult?
The different services are what connect all the pods in a node, and subsequently all the nodes in a K8s cluster. So far, understanding the core definition of Kubernetes is only slightly difficult for those brand new to the field. The biggest obstacle is understanding all the jargon that pertains to the technology.
Is Kubernetes easy to use?
Kubernetes makes it very easy to run many containers on the same hosts, making maximum use of the available resources. This reduces the number of required servers, which directly saves you money.