New Survey Shows Enterprises Adopting Kubernetes for Big Data Cloud Migration, Cost Reduction
SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Pepperdata, the leader in big data performance management, today announced the findings from a survey of enterprise IT professionals to understand how companies are meeting their big data applications needs through the use of Kubernetes. The survey was conducted in March 2021, among 800 participants from a range of industries, 72 percent of which worked at companies with between 500 and 5000 employees.
Kubernetes is rapidly becoming the standard for cloud and on-premises clusters. It is a complex technology, and companies are struggling to properly and effectively implement and manage these environments. The complexity of big data applications makes resource optimization a real challenge. Unsurprisingly, when IT doesn't have granular visibility into big data Kubernetes performance, optimized performance and spend are hard to achieve.
"Kubernetes is increasingly being adopted by our customers for big data applications. As a result, we see customers experiencing performance challenges," said Ash Munshi, CEO, Pepperdata. "This survey clearly indicates that these problems are universal and there is a need to better optimize these big data workloads."
Survey data collected reveals a number of insights into how businesses are adopting Kubernetes for big data applications:
For more information, visit www.pepperdata.com.
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