Complimentary Download – Gartner Report: How I&O Can Properly Deliver Kubernetes Support


According to Gartner’s strategic planning assumption, “By 2023, Kubernetes will be deployed in more than 80% of all on-premises private cloud and cloud-inspired environments, up from less than 10% today, requiring Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) to acquire operational competencies.” Download this complimentary Gartner research report in which, we believe you will:

  • Increase your organization’s ability to support Kubernetes
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This Gartner report outlines how to properly deliver Kubernetes support and provides best practices on how I&O leaders can structure teams for their Kubernetes projects. We believe this Gartner report will provide DevOps and Security teams with tips on how to improve cross team collaboration and implement security across several levels from cluster nodes to containers to the network application layers.

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Gartner, How I&O Can Properly Deliver Kubernetes Support, Dennis Smith, 1 May 2019. This graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research document and should be evaluated in the context of the entire document. The Gartner document is available upon request from Neuvector.