Kubernetes on a Small Scale — Why?

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Containers are all the rage, these days. Docker is the new universal band-aid. Poor product-market fit? Docker! JS framework killing load times? Docker! Builds taking too long? Docker! And since every UI component is deployed as its own container now, why not orchestrate them with something like Kubernetes? Now, the real fun begins. Horizontal scaling. Self-healing clusters. Heck, your product could be made so well, you might…




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