What does “multi-tenancy in Kubernetes” mean?

Multi-tenant Kubernetes clusters are one’s that share cluster resources among tenants. Tenants can be anything from groups of users to distributed teams, customers, applications, departments or projects.

Examples include multiple distributed DevOps teams deploying…

Abhishek Soni

CSE graduate 13+ yrs of diverse exp. Techie, with interest 4 HybridCloud & like: Kubernetes, Cloud-native, Container, Apps, I/PaaS, Virtualization, SDS, SDN

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