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What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an open container for data clusters developed by Google. The first version was launched on 7 June 2014. The name ‘Kubernetes’ originates from Greek and means ‘helmsman’ or ‘pilot’. Its purpose is to provide a platform for the automatic distribution, scaling and operation of containers across clusters of data as hosts. Kubernetes has a large and fast-growing ecosystem, and services, support and tools are widely available.  

Cegal and Kubernetes:  

Cegal has a number of consultants with expertise in Kubernetes, not only as an open-source platform, but also as a cloud-managed service (e.g.: Azure AKS), along with many other related/similar technologies, such as Red Hat OpenShift and Hashicorp Nomad.

At Cegal, we work actively with these technologies amongst our customers.

Read Cegal's blog post aimed at developers and administrators who are looking to set up a local Kubernetes cluster >

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