Kubernetes can be intricate to manage, and companies want to leverage its power while avoiding its complexity. A recent survey found that 84% of companies don’t see value in owning Kubernetes themselves. To address this complexity, Cloud Foundry introduced open-source Korifi, which preserves the classic Cloud Foundry experience of being able to deploy apps written in any language or framework with a single cf push command. But the big difference is that this time, apps are pushed to Kubernetes.

In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to use Korifi to deploy web applications written in different languages: Ruby, Node.js, ASP.NET, and PHP. I will also provide insights into Korifi’s functioning and basic configuration knowledge, helping you kick-start your multi-cloud, multitenant, and polyglot journey.

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