For organizations adopting a microservices-based architecture, automated orchestration engines like Kubernetes have their limitations.
While they’re terrific for coordinating, maintaining and scaling microservice instances, they’re not so great for Zero Trust security, RBAC, network security or even standardization of platform services like service discovery and load balancing.
Service meshes solve these problems, but they can be intimidating to the beginner.
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Types of infrastructure used
Rates of workload virtualization vs.containerization
Primary types of workloads
Number of VMs and containers supported
Challenges with virtualization and containerization platform
Staff dedicated to managing virtualization platforms
Typical size of VMs
Plans to transition from virtualization to microservices
Support investment for virtualization platforms
Frequency of infrastructure meeting business availability targets