Kubernetes is an open-source container platform that enables the operation of an elastic web server framework for cloud applications. Kubernetes can support data center outsourcing to public cloud service providers or can be used for web hosting at scale.
Website and mobile applications with complex custom code can deploy using Kubernetes on commodity hardware to lower the costs on web server provisioning with public cloud hosts and to optimize software development processes. You can also hire experts for Kubernetes services.
Kubernetes features the ability to automate web server provisioning according to the level of web traffic in production. Web server hardware can be located in different data centers, on different hardware, or through different hosting providers.
Kubernetes scales up web servers according to the demand for the software applications, then degrades web server instances during downtimes. Kubernetes also has advanced load balancing capabilities for web traffic routing to web servers in operations.
Kubernetes runs on most public cloud hosting services and all of the major companies offer competitive pricing. Kubernetes enables the complete outsourcing of a corporate data center. Kubernetes can also be used to scale web and mobile applications. Kubernetes allows any company to operate its software code at the same level as the largest companies in the world.