The considerable growth in the Kubernetes market is well documented. It is by far the most widely used orchestration platform, but it’s not the only one, preventing it from receiving full default status. Kubernetes’ acceptance has forced it to mature quite fast and has left the technology community to rapidly innovate. It has helped force a disruption in the market as new and more established vendors now compete in the cloud-native space.
Container technologies prompted the rise and development of the Kubernetesorchestration platform. Today, the largest users of containers are companies with more than 1,000 employees which run their own data centers.
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