Kubernetes cost management for the real world

Microsoft’s decision to make Kubernetes a foundational service in Azure is paying off, not only for Microsoft but also for the rest of the Kubernetes ecosystem. That’s because the company is investing its engineers and money in more than its own projects, supporting and contributing to upstream tools and capabilities.

Sometimes that investment is used as a lever, with the aim of improving the ecosystem for users, but other times it’s about ensuring that we can run our cloud native applications more economically and, more importantly, with the minimum impact on the climate.

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