Separate cluster for self-managed databases?

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What are your thoughts on creating a separate cluster for multiple databases vs mixed cluster with stateful and stateless workloads? Does it makes sense to isolate databases from possibly resource noisy stateless resources? Some would argue that classic VMs for databases are better but wouldn’t it be foolish to miss out on whole K8s ecosystem? submitted by /u/tom071 [link] [comments]

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