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Coming from someone at Crunchy I don't disagree on the notion of managed service being easier than running/managing yourself inside Kubernetes. Clicking a button and having things taken care of you is great.

Though personally I do feel like much of the managed services have not evolved/changed/improved since their inception many years ago. There is definitely some opportunity here to innovate, though that's probably not actually coupled with running it in K8s itself.






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