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In February, we published an article providing side-by-side comparison between the managed Kubernetes offerings of the three largest cloud providers: Amazon’s Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). The Kubernetes ecosystem changes rapidly, as do the feature sets of these managed platforms. This post covers important updates to these services made since our original comparison. Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Kubernetes Versions AKS has made Kubernetes 1.
This blog article was originally published in February 2020. Since then, all three cloud providers have delivered varying updates to their managed Kubernetes services. We have summarized these updates in the follow-up blogs below. April 2020 update > May 2020 update > Now that Kubernetes has won the container orchestration wars, all the major cloud service providers offer managed Kubernetes services for their customers. Managed Kubernetes services provide and administer the Kubernetes control plane, the set of services that would normally run on Kubernetes master nodes in a cluster created directly on virtual or physical machines.