Sanjidul, a Software Developer at Turing, shares his experience of working with Kubernetes for DevOps. He further dives deep into DevOps and explains the learning curve for Kubernetes, components within Kubernetes, and what makes Kubernetes popular amongst developers. He also answers the critical question – Kubernetes vs Docker – What you must pick in 2022.
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Turing is backed by well-known investors like WestBridge Capital, Foundation Capital, Facebook’s first CTO (Adam D’Angelo), executives from Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, and Founders Fund (investors in Facebook, Tesla, Asana, etc.), among others. The company is led by serial AI entrepreneurs Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan, whose previous firm leveraged remote talent and was successfully acquired.
The company was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.