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Kubernetes Craze: 8 Hot Offerings Now On The Market

Both name-brand tech giants and innovative startups are racing to bring to market platforms that simplify deployment and management of Kubernetes clusters at production scale. Here are eight of the best recent offerings.

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IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service

In March, IBM introduced an option to provision Kubernetes clusters onto bare-metal cloud servers—a capability Big Blue hopes will drive development of artificial intelligence applications.

Bare metal, as opposed to virtualized multi-tenant environments, is for many enterprise use cases a superior environment for running data-intensive apps, including those that implement machine learning at scale, said Jason McGee, vice president and IBM fellow, in an IBM blog.

"The secret to running well-tuned AI lies in containers," McGee said.

Last week, IBM introduced support for multi-zone clusters in its IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, enabling deployment and management of containerized apps spanning multiple availability zones as a single operation.

 
 
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