HYBRID CLOUD & KUBERNETES 2019
The International Hybrid and Multi Cloud Summit
There is no doubt today that a hybrid cloud is the right solution for most organizations as a central platform. A hybrid cloud that combines a private cloud with public clouds will enable organizations to achieve the best of the worlds.
1. Keeping the control of the systems in the hands of the organization
2. Avoidance of “suppliers lock”
3. Receiving quality services from the various cloud suppliers
4. Ability to “skip” between clouds or receiving different services from different cloud providers
5. Ability to build back solutions from failure and business continuity between different cloud providers
The hybrid cloud is gradually becoming the leading standard, At the same time organizations need to learn the different suppliers to understand the information security mechanisms, the cost model and the central management ability.
There is a category of CMP – Cloud Management Platform solutions that enable centralized and simple management with a catalog of services that are exposed from the various manufacturers.
In the industry there is a standard upgrade to open cloud services called Open API.
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. In Greek it means group commander. The project began as a Google central management system that was later released as an open source and from there it became the “de facto standard” of container management. There are a number of competitors such as stabers or spiders, but some of them are small and all market leaders have gathered behind kubernetes.
The Kubernetes system is actually the modern computer center management system. The product has been evolving at a phenomenal pace to additional content worlds and is becoming the center of life for applications, services and resources.
Containers have become the first and central “tenant” in modern applications, or as they call them “digital.” The vast majority of these have been developed over the last two years in the new packaging configuration of containers.