Kubernetes Consulting

Kubernetes consulting services by the top 0.7% of Kubernetes experts.
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Last Updated:
November 6, 2023

How it works?

It's simple!

You tell us about your Kubernetes needs + important details.

We turn it into a work plan (before work starts).

A Kubernetes expert starts working with you! 🚀

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Small Kubernetes optimizations, or a full Kubernetes implementation - Our Kubernetes Consulting & Hands-on Service covers it all.

We can start with a quick brainstorming session to discuss your needs around Kubernetes.


Kubernetes Requirements Discussion

Meet & discuss the existing system, and the desired result after implementing the Kubernetes Solution.


Kubernetes Solution Overview

Meet & Review the proposed solutions, the trade-offs, and modify the Kubernetes implementation plan based on your inputs.


Match with the Kubernetes Expert

Based on the proposed Kubernetes solution, we match you with the most suitable Kubernetes expert from our team.


Kubernetes Implementation

The Kubernetes expert starts working with your team to implement the solution, consulting you and doing the hands-on work at every step.


What's included in our Kubernetes Consulting Service?

Your time is precious, so we perfected our Kubernetes Consulting Service with everything you need!

🤓 A Kubernetes Expert consulting you

We hired 7 engineers out of every 1,000 engineers we vetted, so you can enjoy the help of the top 0.7% of Kubernetes experts out there

🧵 A custom Kubernetes solution suitable to your company

Our flexibile process ensures a custom Kubernetes work plan that is based on your requirements

🕰️ Pay-as-you-go

You can use as much hours as you'd like:
Zero, a hundred, or a thousand!
It's completely flexible.

🖐️ A Kubernetes Expert doing hands-on work with you

Our Kubernetes Consulting service extends beyond just planning and consulting, as the same person consulting you joins your team and implements the recommendation by doing hands-on work

👁️ Perspective on how other companies use Kubernetes

Our Kubernetes experts have worked with many different companies, seeing multiple Kubernetes implementations, and are able to provide perspective on the possible solutions for your Kubernetes setup

🧠 Complementary Architect's input on Kubernetes design and implementation decisions

On top of a Kubernetes expert, an Architect from our team joins discussions to provide advice and factor enrich the discussions about the Kubernetes work plan



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A bit about Kubernetes

Things you need to know about Kubernetes before using any Kubernetes Consulting company

What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool built by Google.

It allows running a wide variety of workloads:

  1. StatefulSets, PersistentVolumes - for Stateful workloads
  2. Deployments, DaemonSets, Jobs - for Stateless workloads
  3. Deployments, StatefulSets & DaemonSets - for long-lived workloads
  4. Jobs - for short-lived workloads
  5. CronJobs - for periodic workloads

Kubernetes also provides resources for managing the network:

  1. Services - for exposing workloads using a host and a port
  2. Ingress Controller & Ingresses - for abstracting away services and manage complex rules
  3. API Gateway & Routes - similar to ingresses but more api-oriented

And finally, it provides means of configuring workloads:

  1. ConfigMaps - for workload configuration
  2. Secrets - for sensitive configuration

What is Orchestration?

Orchestration systems decide where and when workloads run on a cluster of machines (physical or virtual). On top of that, orchestration systems usually help manage the lifecycle of the workloads running on them. Nowadays, these systems are usually used to orchestrate containers, with the most popular one being Kubernetes.

Why use Orchestration?

There are many advantages to using Orchestration tools:

  • Improve the utilization of CPU, memory, and storage usage by running many processes on a single machine
  • Manage the entire lifecycle of the orchestrated workloads: pre & post initialization & termination
  • Control the scale of workloads and the scale of their underlying infrastructure separately
  • Centralized management of workloads and infrastructure

Why use Kubernetes?

As the industry standard for container orchestration, Kubernetes has many advantages:

  • Container Orchestration — Kubernetes automates the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, simplifying complex workflows.
  • High Availability — Kubernetes ensures that applications are always up and running by distributing container replicas across different nodes.
  • Scalability — It supports both manual scaling and automatic scaling based on CPU or memory usage, catering to changing application demands.
  • Load Balancing — Kubernetes can distribute network traffic to maintain stability and enhance application responsiveness.
  • Self-Healing — It can detect failed containers or nodes and replace them, ensuring uninterrupted service.
  • Rolling Updates & Rollbacks — Kubernetes facilitates smooth application updates and can revert to a previous stable version if needed.
  • Service Discovery — Using DNS or environment variables, Kubernetes allows containers to discover and communicate with each other.
  • Storage Orchestration — Kubernetes connects storage systems like local storages, cloud providers, and more, allowing you to automatically mount the storage of your choice.
  • Config and Secret Management — Kubernetes can manage sensitive information like passwords, OAuth tokens, and SSH keys without re-building container images.
  • Ecosystem and Community — Kubernetes is supported by a vibrant community that provides continuous updates, plugins, and integrations, ensuring the platform remains cutting-edge.
  • Interface - Kubernetes has a well-documented and standardized API, making the creation of any resource more trivial, and enables automating application deployment.

Some of Kubernetes' leading competitors are Nomad, AWS ECS, and GCP Cloud Run.

They all have a rich set of abilities, but all lack the community that exists around Kubernetes.

AWS ECS and GCP Cloud Run are more well suited for running workloads on AWS and GCP accordingly, due to a wide variety of integrations with other products the Cloud providers offer, but due to the same reason they vendor-lock the system to the selected cloud.

Why get our help with Kubernetes?

Our experience with Kubernetes have helped us build up knowledge and tools to help our clients.

Some of the things we did:

  • Provisioned Kubernetes clusters on AWS, GCP, Azure and on-premise setups
  • Implemented Kubernetes autoscaling solutions for both the nodes and for the workloads deployed on them
  • Deployed and managed the lifecycle of stateless and stateful workloads using Helm
  • Monitored Kubernetes clusters using Prometheus and Grafana
  • Deployed and provisioned resources on Kubernetes using Pulumi and Terraform
  • Implemented service mesh in multi-cluster setups
  • Built entire serverless architectures on top of Kubernetes using Knative
  • Created, deployed, and managed cloud native applications
  • Provisioned Kubernetes clusters on hybrid cloud setups, spanning across AWS, GCP, Azure, and on-prem datacenters
  • Orchestrated machine learning workloads on Kubernetes using Kubeflow

The experience we have building a wide variety systems on top of Kubernetes helped us gain the knowledge required to help companies build high-end Kubernetes architectures.

How can we help you with Kubernetes?

  • Provision Kubernetes clusters using Infrastructure-as-Code tools such as Terraform and Pulumi
  • Implement and utilize tools like Helm and ArgoCD to manage deployments and adopt the GitOps approach
  • Review your current Kubernetes cluster and prepare a full Kubernetes state report that covers cost & utilization, resiliency & disaster recovery, security & compliance, deprecated resources, and more.
  • Build a roadmap for improving your existing Kubernetes setup with a detailed plan for implementation
  • Deploy, monitor, and manage the life-cycle of workloads on Kubernetes
  • Adopt best practices and industry-standard tools to manage Kubernetes
  • Improve resource utilization using tools like Cluster-Autoscaler, Karpenter, KEDA, HPA, and VPA.