In today’s digital world, websites and applications are expected to handle a high traffic volume, especially during peak hours or promotional campaigns. When server resources become overwhelmed, it can lead to slower response times, decreased performance, and even complete service disruptions.
Kubernetes has been a game-changer in the growth of cloud adoption in the last decade. As more containerized applications take frontstage, Kubernetes has become the go-to container orchestration tool.
In this blog, we will go into the depths of Kubernetes and study its architecture. We will also see a simple workflow on how you can set up Kubernetes and deploy it on the cloud.
If you wish to read more about Kubernetes, you can start with our series on it from here. Let’s get started.