Kubernetes standardizes application design into modular and portable microservices that can be easily deployed and scaled over multiple cloud environments. Organizations can own their destinies in the cloud by leveraging vanilla tools, distros, or managed services.
A Comparative Summary of Kubernetes Tooling: Open Source, Distributions, and Managed Services
Note. This blog post was last updated on January 8th, 2019.
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While the efficiency and long-term viability of Kubernetes are apparent, it has a reputation for complexity. To that end, CloudOps has compiled a summary of the best known tools for managing…
Case Study: Managed Cloud Services Help Insurance Insight Offer an Enterprise Web Application Experience
Switching from a managed colocation model to a fully managed cloud infrastructure resulted in a scalable and flexible enterprise class solution, increased performance, and higher availability with multi-zone disaster recovery, all on an SMB budget.
Insurance Insight was looking to:
Establish a Canadian-based scalable infrastructure to efficiently host their web applications.