How Kubernetes Paves the Way for Secure Innovation in Healthcare

HealthTech Magazine

Andrew Steger

Software plays a pivotal role in healthcare by enabling organizations to leverage technology to improve communications, deliver faster services and reduce overall costs.

But it also creates complex IT infrastructures that rely on a multitude of applications to get even small jobs done, and any new app deployments must fit within this elaborate environment.

An increasing number of organizations are now turning to containers — a standard unit of software that packs up code and all its dependencies — to address this problem and streamline the way forward. Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 75 percent of global businesses will be running containerized applications in production, a number that’s up significantly from fewer than 30 percent today.

To properly manage...

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