In this article, I want to describe some of these production use cases that I believe virtual clusters are most valuable for. Virtual Kubernetes clusters cannot only be used for development settings but can also improve production systems in multiple ways.
Virtual Kubernetes clusters cannot only be used for development settings but can also improve production systems in multiple ways.
The idea of virtual Kubernetes clusters (vClusters) is to spin up a fully-functional cluster within another Kubernetes clusters to provide an efficient abstraction and direct Kubernetes access on top of a shared underlying cluster.
I have already described the benefits and use cases use of such virtual clusters for development, and specifically for cloud-native development, CI/CD, and ML/AI experimentation. However, since vClusters are similarly flexible as regular Kubernetes clusters and namespaces, they can also be used in many situations apart from development.
In this article, I want to describe some of these production use cases that I believe virtual clusters are most valuable for.
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