Containerization has done much to help enterprises optimize infrastructural resources when deploying applications, enabling virtualization at the operating system level for better scalability, security, and efficiency.
And whenever the topic of containerization is brought up, Kubernetes is likely to be part of the conversation.
Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system that enables organizations to easily manage containerized applications at scale, building automation into scaling and health checks--all of which are particularly beneficial for enterprises that are managing thousands of containers.
As 2020 begins, Kubernetes continues to establish itself as the industry standard for container orchestration. Here are 5 stats that demonstrate the importance of Kubernetes in 2019 and beyond.
In their 2019 Container Adoption Survey, Portworx and Aqua Security found that the use of containerization continues to expand, particularly as development methodologies shift toward microservice and micro frontend application architectures, and enterprises seek to embrace DevOps and enact continuous deployment.
Nearly 90% of those running containers are doing so in production, which is up from 84% in 2017.
Organizations are looking to build automation into deployment, particularly with regard to their application infrastructure.
Furthermore, F5 found that enterprises are seeking to implement developer-oriented solutions rather than network-centric automation.
DZone reports that the usage of Kubernetes as the orchestration system of choice is increasing swiftly, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down.
The reason for this is that Kubernetes offers key benefits to businesses. Itenables digital transformation and is attractive to organizations who are moving to the cloud and migrating legacy applications to modern containers.
According to Sysdig, this number actually swells to 89% if you count those on Red Hat OpenShift and Rancher, which are both built on Kubernetes.
Kubernetes has quickly become the de facto container orchestrator, accounting for the management of a vast majority of containers and serving as the foundation on which other platforms are developed.
Kubernetes has a significant open source community that continues to grow month over month.
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