By Trilio Content Team | November 7, 2022
Organizations are increasingly deploying multiple Kubernetes clusters to support geographically distributed operations and meet compliance requirements. Instead of managing one or a few large clusters to deploy applications, many DevOps and IT teams are managing thousands of clusters on-prem or in the public cloud.
No matter where your K8s data is hosted, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management (ACM) helps teams run their operations from anywhere that Red Hat OpenShift runs and manage any Kubernetes cluster in their fleet. But despite the benefits, management of these ‘fleets’ of clusters can become quite complex, requiring a strategic approach to data management and resiliency.