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From the time that the world started to use containerized applications and especially from the time that Docker arrived, IT people wanted a means of orchestrating all them. Let's dive into Kubernetes from the beginning.

Some history...

From 1960 and early 1970s, the IT community wanted to find ways so as to share computer resources but in robust fashion. So the breakthrough, was the concept of virtualization as it allowed the same physical computer recources to be shared among companies. It also allowed the companies to actually stop owning a server but rather lease one. 

With the constant development of technology, virtualization has not been left aside in the growth cycle. Now containerization is now the most innovative solution which is the current standard in the battle to improve efficiency and resource utilization.