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Study Finds Only 42% of Applications on Kubernetes Successfully Make it to Production

D2iQ, provider of the leading independent Kubernetes platform built to power smarter Day 2 operations, announced the results from its second annual Kubernetes-focused survey of IT decision makers and developers, Kubernetes in the Enterprise Annual ReportProduction Deployments Increase, but Challenges Persist. The study found that while 75% of organizations are using Kubernetes in production or pre-production environments, 100% of those organizations agree that Kubernetes deployments come with challenges. This is evidenced as only 42% of organizations claim that all applications running on Kubernetes successfully made it to Day 2 environments.

Kubernetes has become the technology of choice to power enterprise cloud native journeys, and organizations are expanding their use of Kubernetes to support both innovation-driven initiatives and critical workloads. According to the survey, 36% of senior IT decision makers successfully running applications on Kubernetes in Day 2 operations say it is critical to the long-term success of their company. Rapid digital transformations are also fueling massive growth in data volumes, with 43% of respondents citing data analytics or machine learning as the most popular Kubernetes workload.

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“This year’s report validates what we’ve been seeing as the Kubernetes market continues to mature,” said Tobi Knaup, founder and CEO, D2iQ. “Without the right technology and expertise in place, complexity challenges will kill Kubernetes deployments in Day 2 production environments. Enterprises need to engage a technology partner that can simplify deployments, bolster security requirements and ensure continuity.”

Key findings from the study include:

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  • Kubernetes growth in AI and ML workloads displaced the 2020 survey’s top choice of application build structures with 40% of respondents citing it as the most popular workload. In addition, 88% of organizations agree that in the next two years, Kubernetes will be the platform of choice for running AI and ML workloads. Rounding out the top three most popular Kubernetes workloads were Windows containers (34%) and distributed data services (33%).
  • On average, 53% of all an organization’s projects are currently in production on Kubernetes. This is an increase from last year’s survey which found that 42% of projects were currently in production using Kubernetes.
  • 77% of respondents stated that it took six months or less to get their organization’s Kubernetes deployments to production. The average time that it took was four and a half months, down a half month from 2020.

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The study also demonstrates the positive impact Kubernetes has on the professional development of developers and engineers. 41% of developers say Kubernetes makes them really excited to come to work every day and that it brings their entire IT team together. It’s important to note, however, that nearly one quarter (23%) of developers claim Kubernetes makes them feel extremely burnt out.

“The added complexity, security and governance concerns and cluster sprawl that comes with Kubernetes adoption is increasing the strain on developers and architects,” said Deepak Goel, chief technology officer, D2iQ. “To prevent burnout and improve critical talent retention, IT leaders need to effectively manage Kubernetes deployments when scaling in production environments and identify the right technology resources that can guide and support their teams to ensure long-term success.”

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