"Best orchestration tool for your applications container"
April 02, 2022

"Best orchestration tool for your applications container"

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

Overall Satisfaction with Kubernetes

On the foundation, Kubernetes manages containers such as docker containers or from other technology and it helps you manage containerization applications that are made of hundreds of containers in different environments such as physical machines, virtual machines or cloud machines, or even hybrid deployment environments. As in my specific scenario, we install a Kubernetes cluster on CentOS 8 with one master node and two worker nodes for orchestration of our existing applications containers.
  • With high availability, the application has no downtime means always accessible to users.
  • Users have a very high response rate from the application means high performance with scalability.
  • Backup and restore - Disaster recovery.
  • Specifically, the installation process of the k8s cluster on Linux machines such as CentOS has required an experienced person.
  • Kubernetes requires a lot to learn for beginners.
  • For small applications k8s overkill.
  • Horizontal scaling
  • Secret data management
  • Self-healing container
  • Load balancing
  • Automatic container scheduling
  • Reduce the lot of work for the Operational department.
  • Ease and high availability of access applications for the user is a positive impact on the organisation.
Most of the required features for any orchestration tool or framework, which is provided by Kubernetes. After understanding all modules and features of the K8S, it is the best fit for us as compared with others out there.

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Along with all the best features and support by k8s, the automatic container scheduling to worker nodes and also self-healing containers which is what I like the most. On the other side, when I was installing the k8s cluster on CentOS 8, it was quite difficult for me, but never mind it is working as we expected and it is a one-time effort. Especially, in my case, there are more than 7 application containers required to run and communicate with each other, so for us, Kubernetes is an optimal solution.