Kubernetes enables possibilities to develop cloud native microservices or decompose traditional applications making them more technologically advanced with the help of containers. Currently, most of the Kubernetes solutions are offered on top of VMs and there is a room for further improvements. Implementing nested architecture of application containers running inside system containers opens additional flexibility of resource allocation and management, accelerates provisioning of the clusters and pods, as well as cuts the overall costs. Or in other words it enhances 3 Ps - Provisioning, Performance and Price. During this session we’ll review the possibilities of running a Kubernetes cluster inside nested containers, what configurations should be taken into account, and how to overcome the barriers on the way to more efficient Kubernetes hosting.