Using Kublr, Docker, Kubernetes to Move to Containerized Applications

April 24, 2018

Recently, our client Questback transitioned from a monolithic environment to using containers for their applications utilizing Kublr, Docker, and Kubernetes. The move to a containerized environment is the first phase in a project to support the deployment of microservices. Using Kublr to deploy Kubernetes clusters allows Questback to quickly, and reliably make adjustments to their applications without the costly investment of ripping out legacy infrastructure that still does the job and dramatically reduces the time investment necessary to implement new systems. In doing this, Questback was able to meet their project goals on time and within budget. Read more about what they had to say in The New Stack, here.

Recently, our client Questback transitioned from a monolithic environment to using containers for their applications utilizing Kublr, Docker, and Kubernetes. The move to a containerized environment is the first phase in a project to support the deployment of microservices. Using Kublr to deploy Kubernetes clusters allows Questback to quickly, and reliably make adjustments to their applications without the costly investment of ripping out legacy infrastructure that still does the job and dramatically reduces the time investment necessary to implement new systems. In doing this, Questback was able to meet their project goals on time and within budget. Read more about what they had to say in The New Stack, here.

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