Kubernetes isn’t even easy to pronounce, much less explain. So we recently illuminated how to demystify Kubernetes in plain English, so that a wide audience can understand it. (We also noted that the pronunciation may vary a bit, and that’s OK.)
Of course, helping your organization understand Kubernetes isn’t the same thing as helping everyone understand why Kubernetes – and orchestration tools in general – are necessary in the first place.
If you need to make the case for microservices, for example, you’re pitching an architectural approach to building and operating software, not a particular platform for doing so. With Kubernetes, you need to do both: Pitch orchestration as a means of effectively managing containers (and, increasingly, containerized microservices) and Kubernetes as the right platform for doing so.
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