Kubernetes and Docker’s Swarm mode are two container orchestration tools that let you scale workload replicas across multiple physical machines. Although Kubernetes is the more popular choice, Docker Swarm has some unique benefits that are worth considering too.
Lens is an advanced open-source Kubernetes dashboard which provides a graphical view into your cluster. Unlike other dashboards, Lens is an Electron-based desktop application which you install on your machine. It connects to your cluster using your existing Kubeconfig files.
The Kubernetes Dashboard is an official application that lets you inspect and edit your resources via a web-based graphical interface. Deploying a Dashboard instance into your cluster lets you visualize activity without running sequences of complex terminal commands.
“Multi-cloud” refers to the use of multiple cloud computing services within a single architecture. Proponents of the approach argue it gives you greater flexibility and resiliency by eliminating any reliance on a single vendor. Conversely, multi-cloud systems can be trickier to set up and scale, making long-term maintenance a chore.