Does Kubernetes come with a UI by default?

Kubernetes does not come with a user interface by default. An available open source user interface named Dashboard providing simple interface to manage and view Kubernetes clusters.

How do most development teams use Kubernetes?

Most development teams use the Kubernetes command line interface to deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters and Kubernetes based application deployments.

What do I need to run production grade Kubernetes application deployments?

You need a multi-master multi-slave Kubernetes cluster with distributed storage to ensure the cluster stays up and running in case of a failure of any server node. Running the cluster on Bare metal servers ensures consistent performance, which is necessary for any containerized application. A redundant Load balancer is necessary to ensure that any load is distributed across replicated application services.

Are all the earlier mentioned components and processes managed from the Kubernetes command line interface?

Yes! Not only that. Managing all the server nodes and deployments requires extensive experience in scalability, high availability, networking and security, resulting in productivity loss and overhead for your development team.

Kubernetes is too complex for us, how does Kubermachines helps us?

Kubermachines provides a complete user interface, with predefined cloud resources, so you can click to deploy your applications, as well as maintain your application deployments securely and efficiently.