A design pattern is an established solution to a common problem based on the collective wisdom of experienced practitioners. Antipatterns, the opposite of design patterns, are common pitfalls that initially appear promising, but often prove to be counterproductive.

Though design patterns have been important to application development, they actually provide established methodologies for solving all engineering problems in specific contexts and should be applied when building and managing modern-day Kubernetes infrastructures and applications.

Read this White Paper to understand…

  • Patterns and antipatterns that apply to scalability in Kubernetes environments.
  • Why it’s important to follow design pattern requirements, even when seemingly complex and time-consuming, because shortcuts can lead us to antipatterns. 
  • How design patterns help meet dynamic business requirements by ensuring that apps run efficiently and reliably while scaling up and/or out. Conversely, shortsighted antipatterns will cost us time, money, and opportunity.

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