Cacoo adds Kubernetes icons & templates for architecture diagrams

Cacoo adds Kubernetes icons & templates for architecture diagrams

As the popularity of containers continues to grow, Cacoo is here to keep up with the latest icons and templates users need for their architecture diagrams. Containers may be changing how companies build and run their applications and infrastructure, but you can still create and collaborate on your diagrams easily with Cacoo. And now you have everything you need to create Kubernetes diagrams.

With Cacoo’s collaborative features such as real-time collaborative editing, commenting, mentioning, sharing/exporting, your architecture diagrams are going to look better than ever.

What is Kubernetes?

According to their site, “Kubernetes (K8s) is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.

It groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery. Kubernetes builds upon 15 years of experience of running production workloads at Google, combined with best-of-breed ideas and practices from the community.”

Kubernetes templates & icons in Cacoo

With the addition of Kubernetes icons, infrastructure development teams can now document their Kubernetes architecture diagrams using Cacoo.

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There are a variety of icons to choose from. Simply drag and drop them from your shapes library onto the editor’s canvas.

Final thoughts

Architecture diagrams are essential for getting your teams on the same page. Communicating your ideas clearly helps avoid misunderstandings and costly technical mistakes.

With the Kubernetes icons and templates now available in Cacoo, you can quickly create and share your architecture with anyone.

And don’t forget to check out our other architecture diagrams available in Cacoo, such as AWS, Azure, and GCP.

Brandi Gratis Brandi is a Content Marketing Manager at Nulab — the creators of Cacoo, Backlog, and Typetalk. She regularly contributes and edits content for all of Nulab's websites and blogs.