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I don't think its a widely accepted best practice yet, mainly because its hard to do well, and by its self its hard to take advantage of the benefits of using k8s. The company I work for has been building out the tools require to run databases well in k8s ( fully automated, fully managed, survivable, and scale-able ) and we are seeing people come around to it. Once you have all the tools in place you can have a system that scales right along side your applications on heterogeneous hardware. Isn't dependent on any single server, can be deployed and managed exactly like your applications, and can be transported everywhere. If you want to take a look check out planetscale.com



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