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Kubernetes on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud

July 17, 2019

First came containers, then came Kubernetes. The world needed relief from the tedium and complexity of deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications, and Kubernetes answered the call.

One factor that has propelled Kubernetes forward is that Kubernetes clusters can run on-premises or in the cloud, or even span the two, making container apps portable across environments. Thus it’s no surprise that all three of the major public cloud providers offer managed Kubernetes services—where all you need is to bring your containers and let the cloud do the rest of the work.

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