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Kubernetes in the Enterprise
Kubernetes: it’s everywhere. To fully capture or articulate the prevalence and far-reaching impacts of this monumental platform is no small task — from its initial aims to manage and orchestrate containers to the more nuanced techniques to scale deployments, leverage data and AI/ML capabilities, and manage observability and performance — it’s no wonder we, DZone, research and cover the Kubernetes ecosystem at great lengths each year.In our 2023 Kubernetes in the Enterprise Trend Report, we further dive into Kubernetes over the last year, its core usages as well as emerging trends (and challenges), and what these all mean for our developer and tech community. Featured in this report are actionable observations from our original research, expert content written by members of the DZone Community, and other helpful resources to help you go forth in your organizations, projects, and repos with deeper knowledge of and skills for using Kubernetes.
The DevOps movement has paved the way for CI/CD and streamlined application delivery and release orchestration. These nuanced methodologies have not only increased the scale and speed at which we release software, but also redistributed responsibilities onto the developer and led to innovation and automation throughout the SDLC.DZone's 2023 DevOps: CI/CD, Application Delivery, and Release Orchestration Trend Report explores these derivatives of DevOps by diving into how AIOps and MLOps practices affect CI/CD, the proper way to build an effective CI/CD pipeline, strategies for source code management and branching for GitOps and CI/CD, and more. Our research builds on previous years with its focus on the challenges of CI/CD, a responsibility assessment, and the impact of release strategies, to name a few. The goal of this Trend Report is to provide developers with the information they need to further innovate on their integration and delivery pipelines.
Performance and Site Reliability
The concept of observability was first leveraged over 110 years ago. It was initially known as telemetry, and in 1912, it used the city of Chicago’s telephone lines to transmit data from the electric power plants to a central control station. Today, modern observability is still very much focused on the interplay of data to yield informed inputs and outputs of systems. Sprinkle in site reliability engineering (SRE), and there should be little to no performance issues in distributed systems, right? In an ideal world, yes, but in reality, there is still work to be done.DZone’s 2022 Trend Report, Performance and Site Reliability: Observability for Distributed Systems, takes a holistic view of where developers stand in their observability practices. Through the research and expert-contributed articles, it offers a primer on distributed systems observability, including how to build an open-source observability toolchain, dives into distributed tracing, and takes a look at prospective performance degradation patterns. It also provides insight into how to create an SRE practice, as well as tactics to conduct an effective incident retrospective. The goal of this Trend Report is to offer a developer-focused assessment of what the current state of observability is and how it fits in with modern performance practices.
Kubernetes in the Enterprise
In 2022, Kubernetes has become a central component for containerized applications. And it is nowhere near its peak. In fact, based on our research, 94 percent of survey respondents believe that Kubernetes will be a bigger part of their system design over the next two to three years. With the expectations of Kubernetes becoming more entrenched into systems, what do the adoption and deployment methods look like compared to previous years?DZone's Kubernetes in the Enterprise Trend Report provides insights into how developers are leveraging Kubernetes in their organizations. It focuses on the evolution of Kubernetes beyond container orchestration, advancements in Kubernetes observability, Kubernetes in AI and ML, and more. Our goal for this Trend Report is to help inspire developers to leverage Kubernetes in their own organizations.
Kubernetes and the Enterprise
In DZone’s 2020 Kubernetes and the Enterprise Trend Report, we found that over 90% of respondents to our survey reported leveraging containerized applications in a production environment, nearly doubling since we asked the same question in 2018. As containerization approaches peak saturation, Kubernetes has also become an indispensable tool for enterprises managing large and complex, container-based architectures, with 77% of respondents reporting Kubernetes usage in their organizations. Building upon findings from previous years that indicate the technical maturity of containers and container orchestration, DZone’s 2021 Kubernetes and the Enterprise Trend Report will explore more closely the growing ecosystem and tooling, use cases, and advanced strategies for Kubernetes adoption in the enterprise.