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February 11, 2024

If you've been anywhere near the cloud computing space in recent times, you've likely come across the name Kubernetes. But what is Kubernetes exactly?
Simply put, Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform. Containers allow developers to wrap up an application in a consistent environment, regardless of where it's run. Think of them as lightweight, standalone executable software packages that come with everything the software needs to run: code, runtime, system tools, libraries, and settings. Great in concept, but as you scale, managing these containers manually or through scripts can become a tough task. Enter Kubernetes.

Kubernetes steps in to automate the deployment, scaling, and operations of these application containers across clusters of hosts. Initially developed by Google, it was handed over to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and has since witnessed an almost meteoric rise in popularity.
And its growing footprint is not just hype. The surge in Kubernetes adoption is a testament to the tangible benefits it brings to the table. Yet, like any technology, it comes with its own set of challenges. This post is all about exploring those, alongside the undeniable perks.
As we navigate this landscape, I'll also introduce you to Rig.dev, our open-source application platform crafted specifically for Kubernetes, designed to make your workflow in Kubernetes smoother and more efficient.

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If you've been anywhere near the cloud computing space in recent times, you've likely come across the name Kubernetes. But what is Kubernetes exactly?
Simply put, Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform. Containers allow developers to wrap up an application in a consistent environment, regardless of where it's run. Think of them as lightweight, standalone executable software packages that come with everything the software needs to run: code, runtime, system tools, libraries, and settings. Great in concept, but as you scale, managing these containers manually or through scripts can become a tough task. Enter Kubernetes.

Kubernetes steps in to automate the deployment, scaling, and operations of these application containers across clusters of hosts. Initially developed by Google, it was handed over to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and has since witnessed an almost meteoric rise in popularity.
And its growing footprint is not just hype. The surge in Kubernetes adoption is a testament to the tangible benefits it brings to the table. Yet, like any technology, it comes with its own set of challenges. This post is all about exploring those, alongside the undeniable perks.
As we navigate this landscape, I'll also introduce you to Rig.dev, our open-source application platform crafted specifically for Kubernetes, designed to make your workflow in Kubernetes smoother and more efficient.

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