Inherently infrastructure and technology agnostic, Kubernetes can run on any Linux machine on any infrastructure and is compatible with any cloud-native tooling. There are numerous Kubernetes solutions on the market, each with their own Kubernetes ‘flavor’ potentially impacting Kubernetes’ openness and flexibility. To retain these core abilities, it’s helpful to shift the focus from seeing Kubernetes purely as a container orchestrator to leveraging it as an infrastructure abstraction. This will allow developers to leverage any Kubernetes compatible stack across any infrastructure. Not only does this make your stack a lot more portable, but it also adds flexibility along with building a much needed future-ready architecture. Join this webinar to learn how a layered architectural approach will future proof your Kubernetes strategy.