Application Lifecycle Management

The application stack and underlying software architecture tend to change as a result of the continuous barrage of code via the CI/CD pipeline, leading to new levels of complexity and zero-day vulnerabilities.
Developers in Kubernetes have a lot of manual work to do, which they do not enjoy. Since everything is code, developers are mostly in charge of the infrastructure, production environment, testing, and application security. Cloud-native applications, on-premises applications, edge locations, and production environments are all quickly adopting Kubernetes. Complications accompany an adoption that is so extreme. It can be challenging to manage Kubernetes at various application deployment levels, as well as when applications are scaling up or down. At this point, developers want to stay out of it.

Download this Solution Brief to get an idea of how to manage your application across several Kubernetes clusters with little to no configuration and know what is the ideal Kubernetes cluster management tool that lets you manage application life cycles across hybrid environments and gives you visibility into your clusters. With built-in security policies, the Coredge Kubernetes Platform offers.

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