Kubernetes and Open Source – The Triumphant Advance of Cloud Native: A comment from Maximilian Hille, Head of Consulting at Cloudflight, on the advance of cloud-native technologies.
Max Hille: Head of Consulting and co-author of the study
Cloud Native means more than just migrating an existing software solution to the cloud. It’s about creating your own software architectures that are designed for operation in multiple clouds. Today, individual software still mainly relies on a static technology stack for development and operation. The specification – mostly on-premise – often lacks flexibility, standardization and scalability in practice. With a cloud-native approach, more flexibility and variability are created both technologically and within the framework of the organization and process chain.
More and more companies are developing their applications along the lines of microservices. In some cases, even existing software solutions are modernized and divided into smaller microservices. Here, container solutions such as Kubernetes are not only a driver, but also a necessary component to operate these application clusters.
These applications quickly become complex and increasingly business-critical, especially in the corporate environment. Many companies rightly shy away from the high expense and risk of taking on the modernization and development themselves. Especially when the solutions have to be individually developed or at least individualized, Cloud Native quickly becomes a challenge.
It is therefore advisable to consult partners and experts for implementation. As part of the study entitled “The Rise of Cloud Native – DevOps, Kubernetes and Open Source Shaping the Future of Digital IT Operations”, companies indicated that they are quite ready to provide programming, implementation and management to partners and managed service providers to outsource. If possible, these should directly show cloud native training and improvements in terms of usability and maintenance in order to make even greater use of the opportunities of the cloud.
Source: com! professional by www.com-magazin.de.
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