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Despite its complexities, Kubernetes has become increasingly ubiquitous as more businesses tap into its advantages, such as accelerating time to market and improving the bottom line. In fact, Kubernetes is now more relevant than ever as businesses ramp up their digital transformation efforts amid the pandemic.
Delving deeper into the matter, we spoke with Alex Chalkias, Product Manager at Canonical, to find out how businesses can embrace the possibilities of lightweight Kubernetes directly at the edge. Alex firstly explains why Kubernetes has become such a vital tool, before outlining the industry and landscape changes around the edge. He also shares his thoughts on which companies are best positioned to embrace lightweight Kubernetes directly at the edge, and why Kubernetes is testament to the open-source model.
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