Why Kubernetes (and App Service Fabric) is not for everyone

Categories: Kubernetes Azure Service Fabric
Despite the fact that I love working with Kubernetes, it is not for every company and every containerized workload. This is my first post from the series: "Container Orchestrators are not for everyone". Enjoy! This is a short post in which I will try to encourage you to refrain from jumping immediately onto AKS or App Service Fabric if you just want to „deploy a couple of docker images”. When not to use container orchestrator When you have only a handful of services to orchestrate There is no point of setting up Kubernetes or Service Fabric if you want to deploy few applications.

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Kubernetes vs Azure Service Fabric

Categories: Kubernetes
Recently I have investigated container orchestration solutions on Azure. The main competitors in this area are Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Service Fabric. Both have their place, advantages and downsides. This is a small smackdown of those two based on my research and experience with Kubernetes. Unfortunately I have not had practical experience with Service Fabric so far. Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section. Let’s start then.

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