IDG Contributor Network: Management in the application-centric cloud

In June, the Linux Foundation started a project based on Kubernetes, which was developed by Google to manage its complex environment. Companies like Google, eBay, Jive, Facebook, and Lithium have moved to this environment.

The application-centric cloud is a complete change from the approach of having a single platform deal with an application, and it’s a revolution for the application to adapt to the hardware. It abstracts everything away from the application, such as resources and operational considerations, so the application developer need not worry about the environment that the application will run in because it’s in a container that is abstracted from the hardware.

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