By Natan Yellin, Robusta.dev co-founder
My last blog post has been the most controversial so far. Putting aside the widely misunderstood POSIX comparison, the key point is this:
Kubernetes is a cloud operating system.
Obviously Kubernetes doesn't replace the actual OS (i.e. linux) but it provides OS like services at the cloud level. For example:
The obvious part that's missing in Kubernetes is the usermode components. Kubernetes is the kernel of a cloud operating system, but what does usermode for that look like?
As for the question of whether Kubernetes is POSIX or UNIX... Lets leave that for another time.
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