Now more than ever, organizations are looking to accelerate their cloud adoption. They want easier development, faster innovation, and efficient scale, all while simultaneously reducing their technology risk. However, some of their workloads cannot move to the public cloud entirely or right away, due to factors such as industry or region-specific compliance and data sovereignty needs, low latency or local data-processing requirements, or because they need to run close to other services.
Based on Kubernetes 1.22 (and CRI-O 1.22), OpenShift 4.9 has a number of exciting new enhancements and new features for developers of cloud-native apps, for cloud-native DevOps practitioners, and for cluster and cloud administrators.
As organizations continue to accelerate their cloud adoption, the need for reliable infrastructure is critical to ensure business continuity and avoid costly disruptions. Azure Disk Storage provides maximum resiliency for all workloads with an industry-leading zero percent annual failure rate and single-instance service-level agreements (SLA) for all disk types, including a best-in-class single-instance SLA of 99.9 percent availability for Azure Virtual Machines using Azure Premium SSD or Azure Ultra Disk Storage.
Many developers today are choosing to develop and deploy new greenfield applications on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). And it’s easy to understand why — GKE offers a great combination of scalability, security, and ease of use.