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Logical Network Design Recommendation

Logical Network Design Recommendation

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To provide better services and new future offerings to their customers, an enterprise in the financial services industry in Indonesia has decided to use Kubernetes, an application container technology, to serve their digital services through applications, developed with micro-services architecture concepts. The new services and technology were expe...

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