Hybrid cloud and Kubernetes: A Guide to Successful Architecture
May 20, 2021 | by
Red Hat's own Stu Miniman, director of market insights for Cloud Platforms, has produced an ebook discussing the paths to success for Kubernetes users looking to build out a hybrid cloud strategy. The ebook is available here, and the above YouTube clip shows Stu discussing the ebook..
This isn't just a paper about moving workloads to the cloud just because it's fashionable. Stu goes over
From the paper:
When you look across your ever-evolving application portfolio, you’ll likely see a mix of architectures, technologies, and frameworks that have built up over time. Some of the changes were planned, some of them just happened by accident, and some of them were in response to new conditions and opportunities. Those applications are running across multiple infrastructures, spanning your datacenter, to one or more public clouds, and possibly out to the edge. This hybrid mix of applications and infrastructure is the reality for most enterprise organizations today, and managing it all can be a major challenge.
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