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What is Kubernetes?
Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration platform used to manage containerized applications at scale. Kubernetes clusters together groups of hosts running containers, and helps you easily and efficiently mange those clusters.
It allows organizations to fully implement and rely on a container-based infrastructure in production environments because it delivers application scalability and portability, deployment consistency, and resource optimization.
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