Kubernetes helps to reduce config-variables and time-consuming setup and maintenance task which are boon for developers, sys-admin and other teams. It can be proved to be a game-changer for QA and testers because it reduces risk and increases efficiency.
Kubernetes is much needed in today’s software development culture because the shift of the digital wave has made software architecture much complex, written in various technologies and run on multiple environments followed by many iterations.
Delivering software continuously calls for the application updates on a constant and streamlined basis. Kubernetes can help with it, as container orchestration can be easy to apply any updates to the application.
In Kubernetes, applications can be colocated on the same machines without impacting each other. This means that tasks from multiple users can be packed tightly onto fewer machines.
As the product grows, you have to scale both your software and teams working on it. Kubernetes achieves scalability by favoring decoupled architectures.