One of the cost effective Kubernetes Service on Cloud!
February 04, 2022

One of the cost effective Kubernetes Service on Cloud!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) helps to offload the data and high processing load (as need be) to outside our data center and increase the availability for different necessary applications. The transition to AKS wasn't that difficult. We are almost confident and ready to have more production data in AKS.
  • AKS makes it easier to replicate data to multiple regions
  • Azure portal make it easier to manage the resources of the organization
  • It's a little challenging to foresee how much would be the cost to incur for our usage
  • High data availability
  • Can scale up as and when needed so we can have higher processing
  • Maintenance is off loaded to a dependable and stable entity
  • Positive impact in moving applications to cloud from the in-hose data center to save cost
  • Sometimes got affected with some bugs on the AKS infrastructure but hasn't caused a big kios as our production footprint in AKS is not yet high
Worked with very similar in-house-built Kubernetes/container management system. We are leveraging AKS as it's more robust and stable being in the technical space for quite some time. Also, it has got a vast number of management and security features which makes it more attractive. They even have a model where the cost can be reduced by up to 90% if the application can afford to handle a quick downtime once in a while.

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At one instance, there was a fire in our data center and the backup power had some issues because of which the whole DC went down. I believe with AKS and the replication it's easier to handle such a situation. Also, the scenario would have been pretty transparent to the end-users.