The Kubernetes open source container orchestration engine is not a management platform, nor should it be mistaken for one. The whole point of orchestration is to reliably enable an automated system to facilitate the deployment and management of applications at scale, without the need for human intervention at each and every step. If the tools you use with and for Kubernetes don’t enable automation, then you’re not truly taking advantage of the benefits of orchestration.
To that end, here are seven ways you can and should be automating your Kubernetes cluster in production.
Any Kubernetes production environment will rely heavily on logs.
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