Think about why Kubernetes is described as "Linux in the cloud"

Let's look at it from five perspectives ...


Both communities are large, with "The Linux Foundation" for Linux and "Cloud Native Computing Foundation" for Kubernetes.


It can be operated on any platform. To put it plainly, both can be moved in various places.


The function is further enhanced by involving not only a single unit but also the surroundings.


Money tree

Enterprise vendors are adopting it in their products and services to increase their value.


Powerful under the edge

** "Linux" **, ** "Kubernetes" ** is behind the scenes ...

Summary diagram

As you can see, they are very similar, so it's no wonder they are called "** Linux in the cloud world **"!


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