Provisioning a Kubernetes cluster is relatively easy. However, each new cluster is the beginning of a very long journey, and every cluster you add to your Kubernetes fleet increases management complexity. In addition, many enterprises struggle to keep up with a rapidly growing number of Kubernetes clusters spread across on-prem, cloud, and edge locations—often with diverse Kubernetes configs and using different tools in different environments.
Fortunately, there are a number of K8s best practices that will help you rein in the chaos, increase your Kubernetes success, and prepare you to cope with fast-growing and dynamic Kubernetes requirements. This blog describes six strategic Kubernetes best practices that will put you on the path to successfully managing a fleet.