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Director, Software Strategy at Lockheed Martin
I'm the author of The Book of Kubernetes, published in 2022 by No Starch Press. I've worked for over 25 years as a software developer, lead, architect, and manager. I've delivered real applications to production in Ada, Java, Python, and Go, amongst others, and have led multiple software teams in modernization efforts, incorporating cloud, microservice architecture, and containerization on complex programs. I'm an Agile and DevSecOps coach and an experienced trainer for Java, Ansible, containers, software architecture, and Kubernetes.
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.