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Consistent, seamless Kubernetes expertise for developers and operators

Docker Kubernetes Service (DKS) is a Certified Kubernetes supply  that is included with Docker Enterprise 3.0 and was made to solve this fundamental challenge. It is the only offering that integrates Kubernetes from the programmer desktop to production servers, with’sensible stable defaults’ out-of-the-box. Simply put, Kubernetes secure for the organization and simple to use is made by DKS. Here are 3 things that DKS will to reevaluate (and accelerate) Kubernetes adoption to the enterprise:

Kubernetes is a powerful orchestration technology for deploying, scaling and managing distributed applications and it has taken the industry by storm over the past couple of years. However, owing to its inherent complexity, relatively few enterprises have managed to realize the full value of Kubernetes; with 96% of enterprise IT organizations unable to handle Kubernetes on their own. At Dockerwe recognize that much of Kubernetes’ perceived complexity stems from a lack of intuitive security and manageability configurations that many businesses expect and require for production-grade applications.

These include out-of-the-box configurations for security, encryption, access control, and lifecycle control — all without having to become a Kubernetes specialist. DKS also allows organizations to incorporate their existing LDAP and SAML-based authentication solutions with Kubernetes RBAC for easy multi-tenancy.
Take the next step to Kubernetes achievement
DKS is the sole Kubernetes offering that gives consistency throughout the entire development lifecycle from neighborhood computers. Through the usage of Version Packs, programmers’ Kubernetes surroundings running in Docker Desktop Enterprise stay in sync with production environments for a complete, seamless Kubernetes experience. Using a quarterly release cycle for Kubernetes and fresh APIs getting added every launch, different surroundings may wind up running various versions of Docker and Kubernetes. Developers can switch between variant packs with one click to stay aligned to resulting surroundings that are different.

Enhanced safety with’sensible defaults’

New cluster management applications enable operations teams to easily deploy, scale, backup and restore and upgrade a certified Kubernetes surroundings using a set of easy CLI commands. This provides an automatic way to set up and configure Kubernetes applications across hybrid and multi-cloud setup, such as AWS, Azure, or VMware.