What happens when a container is down and you can’t start another container until you fix the problem? Would it be easier if the container management is operated by a system? This is where Kubernetes comes in to solve the problem.
Kubernetes introduces stability to the system with a framework to run distributed systems. It sorts out scaling and failover for your application, provides deployment patterns, and more. This translates to high productivity containerization system with reduced downtime. Reduced human intervention through Kubernetes also ensures system is managed through intelligent means of optimization for best performance.
When paired with Azure training however, the overall performance of Kubernetes can change drastically for the better. Better known as Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), users can take advantage of greater features such as elastic provisioning, accelerated end-to-end deployment, secured identity access and management plus Azure certification.
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