Kubernetes: Versatility and performance

Kubernetes simplifies and optimizes the management of microservices. Developing an application in Kubernetes guarantees us a transparent vision of the cluster, as well as greater flexibility and scalability according to future needs.

Make optimal use of resources: the technology needed to maximize your economic investment in infrastructure.

Why Kubernetes?









Kubernetes not optimized

  • Higher cost by not determining the resource requests.
  • Less security by not defining 'RBAC rules' and 'Network Policies'.
  • Downtime, the HPA (Horizontal Pod Autoscaler) has not been correctly configured.
  • Overload of one of the nodes for not having correctly configured the 'Ingress Controller'.

Kubernetes by Ackstorm Davinci Cloud

  • Cost Optimization by following best practices.
  • Smaller attack surface when defining RBAC rules and Network Policies.
  • Definition of HPAs, we study and correctly define the consumption of each service.
  • We understand Kubernetes networking for an Ingress configuration with lower latency and higher robustness.

Your project in Kubernetes

Deploy the Cloud Native Automation Stack

Kubernetes + CI/CD + Elastic = 2490€ / single payment

Your reliable and optimized platform with the most
standard orchestration, automation and logging stack on the market.


Why Ackstorm Davinci Cloud

Somos Certified Kubernetes Administrator

This certificate is issued by CNCF and accredits us as experts in the administration of Kubernetes. We are also certified trainers for Kubernetes.

15 years of experience in Cloud and Systems Architecture

At Ackstorm Davinci Cloud we have been implementing and building cloud infrastructure since 2004

Experience in the implementation of multiple Kubernetes clusters

We have implemented different types of Kubernetes clusters, always achieving remarkable success.

Powered by Davinci Group

Formamos parte de Davinci Group, vanguardistas en cloud security y líderes en plataformas digitales en la nube.

With Kubernetes since its inception

In 2015 we started with Kubernetes 1.0, since then we have participated in the community that has tested, deployed, learned and brought improvements to the application in order to be part of the development of Kubernetes as we know it now.

Best Practice

The use of "best practices" in a Kubernetes architecture guarantees that we get the most out of the software used and a significant cost reduction. As with other technologies, experience is the key element in achieving the best platform optimization.

Your project in Kubernetes, self-scalable, automatic repair and cloud infrastructure.

How we can help you with Kubernetes

en Kubernetes:

Learn about Kubernetes with Ackstorm Davinci Cloud.

Let's talk about how we can take your application a step further.

The flexibility in structures with Kubernetes allows your application to work comfortably and quickly.
There's always a plan! its automations will not leave your application hanging, your code always responds.

Find out here what we can achieve at Kubernetes

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Kubernetes and Docker may seem the same at first glance, as they both allow running with containers, but each one works in different layers of the Cloud infrastructure. They add functionalities that are complementary and work together.

Kubernetes supports various types of containers but the most common and popular is Docker, so Docker is in charge of creating the containers to be used and Kubernetes is dedicated to managing everything.

An application itself can be docked and migrated to kubernetes at any time, but since kubernetes is capable of managing separate services, it would be a better idea to first separate it into microservices, and then migrate it to kubernetes.

Depending on the complexity of the application and the knowledge of the team in charge of deploying the application in kernels, a project can be initiated in kernels. In fact, it would be advisable.

Almost every application you can imagine can run on kubernetes. To avoid listing dozens of types of applications, it is best to rule out the applications that should not be run in kernels. See question 5.

To understand what kind of applications should not be run in kubernetes, it is convenient to understand the strength and weakness of the koven. The real strength of kernels, without going into detail on each of the objects and features, is in their application layer; the resilience to service restarts, scaling and, in general, the approach to building an application.

On the other hand, the data layer in kubernetes can be a challenge. Maintaining the state of an application whose services can be restarted at any time, or deploying a database on a distributed system, where the database itself is prone to restart at any time, is not the ideal environment.

Therefore, as a general rule, a database should not be deployed in kubernetes. Even if you were to map the data on the node for high availability, note that the nodes can also be restarted or scaled. And that having a database on the nodes can reduce the performance of the applications running on the cluster.

The starting point should be kubernetes.io. But learning kubernetes through its documentation can be tedious, and focused on perfect environments, which have little to do with reality. You can contact us through the contact form to learn more about our training courses in Kubernetes.

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