Nicole DeAngelis ·
May 27, 2020 · 2 min read
As the interest in containerization continues to grow, so does the number of options to facilitate it. Kubernetes has not only become the industry standard to maintain, start, and deploy containers, but a broad open-source ecosystem has also been built around it. It can be challenging to navigate the growing set of possibilities. If your organization is considering a more hands-on, DIY approach to migrating to Kubernetes, we’ve laid out some key considerations for you.
amazee.io’s managed hosting services leverage the open-source build and deploy system, Lagoon. Using managed Lagoon allows developers to work more efficiently without having to worry about the implementation and upkeep of Kubernetes.
With a managed service, operating Lagoon and Kubernetes is much simpler and deployment time is decreased significantly. It’s also available anywhere in the world! You can host your code on any of amazee.io’s cloud hosting servers or on your own dedicated infrastructure, including on-premises hardware. You’ll have a team that is monitoring and troubleshooting 24/7 and truly invested in your success. All upgrades, fixes, and upkeep are handled by experts with a breadth and depth of experience across implementations. With amazee.io by your side, the only thing left for your team to focus on is building, iterating and deploying new projects.