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Hello Aly,
Hello Murat,

Congratulations on publishing a book on one of the hottest tool out in the industry for now.

Even though being a Software and not an Ops guy, I am still familiar with Kubernetes and its ecosystem at large but I may say that I lack a critical eye on it and I can only see positive features and aspects.

As experts on the subject, what (objective) criticism would you bring on the table when it comes to Kubernetes? What are the lacking features that would have helped either development or operations people?
And where do you see the Cloud-Native industry going forward? Would Kubernetes be the dominator or would alternatives be able to fully replace it?
 
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