Bare metal Kubernetes: The 6 things you wish you knew before 2022

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Excerpt below:

Introduction

2022 is right around the corner, and it’s not just time to prepare for christmas, play video games, buy presents, or share anti-christmas memes. It’s time to start making some predictions for bare metal Kubernetes!

Take a minute and let’s think about it. Developers have advent of code so they’re busy right now. Sysadmins and devops can play games like predicting what’s going to happen next year for bare metal Kubernetes. And with that, here are our 6 predictions for 2022.

Probably likes bare metal Kubernetes. Who wouldn’t?
Image credit: https://unsplash.com/@tadekl 1 – Kubernetes (K8s) will continue becoming the default API for infrastructure

Tools like kubectl and the Kubernetes API are becoming a new standard for interacting with infrastructure. This is due to the growing understanding and adoption of Kubernetes, particularly in public cloud. This trend will accelerate in 2022 as CI/CD and GitOps continue to dominate. Kubernetes will provide the predominant abstraction layer for infrastructure

There are other places where Kubernetes is desirable aside from public clouds, which brings us to the next point.

Canonical has strong Kubernetes offerings with MicroK8s and Charmed Kubernetes 2 – Bare metal provisioning will become a standard building block for multi node clusters at the edge

Kubernetes provides a nice, consolidated API for deployment of applications and containers. This is not only desirable for public cloud, but also for edge deployments. Edge deployments usually mean many more sites. Operations teams still want

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