And once things are up and running, you will stay that way as Kubernetes will continuously run health checks on your containerized apps. It also scales resources up and down as you need them (or don’t) in your pay-as-you-go infrastructure environment.
Using Kubernetes to drive container orchestration in the cloud also boosts security. It allows you to share specific resources internally and externally without risk. It does this by isolating your apps and separates their processes into different containers.
So, that’s how you go about orchestrating containers in the cloud using Kubernetes. We want to be sure you understand all that Kubernetes has to offer, so check out the other blogs in our Kubernetes 101 series.