2024 K8s benchmark report: The latest trends in workload reliability

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According to Gartner, cloud computing will become an essential component of maintaining business competitiveness by 2028. Indeed, in 2024 spending on public cloud services is projected to reach $679 billion. While cloud spend is complex and costs originate from a number of sources, it is undeniable that many organizations are moving apps and services to the cloud and using Kubernetes to manage containers effectively and ensure workload reliability. By Joe Pelletier.

Using data from over 330,000 workloads and hundreds of organizations, Fairwinds created the 2024 Kubernetes Benchmark Report, which analyzes trends in 2024 and compares the results to 2022 and 2023 benchmarks.

Further in the article:

  • Missing liveness and readiness probes
  • Pull policy not always
  • Deployment missing replicas
  • CPU limits missing
  • CPU requests missing
  • Workload reliability remains challenging

Kubernetes brings extraordinary value to organizations in 2024 and beyond, which means that understanding the many configurations available in Kubernetes and how to adjust them appropriately is critical if you want to meet your environment and business requirements. Good read!

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