Service Catalog is what allows Kubernetes to provision and connect to resources in the cloud. Let me explain through a demo.

In Kubernetes, we can deploy ‘almost’ anything. Anything that is a container. We can deploy SQL/NoSQL Databases, API Gateways, Queueing systems, monitoring tools, etc… But, it is still hard manage them. For example, running a database server in a container in Kubernetes is not always the best option. Because, if we will need a High Availability (HA), SLA of 99.99%, Failover plans… then we will need to do a lot of work. It is doable, for sure. …


Houssem Dellai

Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft, ex MVP, Cloud & DevOps enthusiast. I share what I learn in my professional experience through articles and videos.

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