Kubernetes has become the default choice for container orchestration. It allows organizations to deploy, manage, and scale their containerized applications, providing many benefits including scalability, availability, reliability, and agility.
However, while Kubernetes has become a key component of the technology stack for building and deploying modern applications, keeping Kubernetes-related costs under control has become a significant challenge. The cost of running Kubernetes includes two primary components:
Actual expenditure of running Kubernetes clusters that include compute, storage, networking, and other infrastructure costs
Operational costs of managing clusters
In this blog post, we’ll explore the various factors that can impact the cost of using Kubernetes and provide tips and best practices for Kubernetes cost management to keep your cloud bills under control.
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