According to research polls, kubernetes remains one of the most popular and frequently used tools. Surveys were conducted among 390 IT specialists, the results were distributed as follows:
- 86% of respondents fully use kubernetes in their work;
- 14% don’t use this programming tool.
For comparison: a year ago a similar research was conducted among 230 respondents. That time, the certificate manager kubernetes was fully or partially used by 57% of IT specialists, and, accordingly, 43% of respondents had never worked with the kubernetes tools at all.
What is a kubernetes certificate manager and why does it greatly simplify programming tasks in general and system administration in particular?
What is a certificate manager kubernetes?
Kubernetes is one of the most reliable and efficient clusters for container orchestration (standalone software packages that are independent of the host OS and can run anywhere, on any platform and in the cloud). Containerized files are able to improve your app, make its launch faster, and make management and troubleshooting easier. All containers work independently of each other. If a problem is local, it can be solved in one container, and the rest will continue to work smoothly at this time.
The kubernetes certificate manager is the backbone and the main certificate manager for the kubernetes category, it also helps to issue certificates of other categories, for example, HashiCorp Vault or Let’s Encrypt. During the work with the certificate, the keys will remain relevant, which is important for the effective operation of the program. Moreover, the kubernetes certificate manager can automatically renew itself, but this requires a renewal date set in advance.
In addition, kubernetes clusters allow users to create new programs and develop apps.
The kubernetes technology, which makes it easier to work with app deployments, has been around for six years, but still not everyone can skillfully handle the kubernetes certificate manager. SHALB specialists will make cluster containers work as efficiently and quickly as possible. Both physical, cloud and hybrid clusters will be configured for maximum visibility of all kubernetes resources.