Kubernetes is a cloud platform for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
Kubernetes is a container management system meant to be deployed on Docker-capable clustered environments. In this guide, we will discuss some of the basic concepts that Kubernetes introduces. We will discuss some of the design decisions and what makes this different from other cluster-related technologies.
Designing and running applications with scalability, portability, and robustness in mind can be challenging, especially as complexity grows. The architecture of an application or system has a significant impact on how it must be run, what it expects from its environment, and...
Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration system that can manage the deployment and operation of containerized applications across clusters of servers. In addition to coordinating container workloads, Kubernetes provides the infrastructure necessary to maintain reliable network connectivity between your containers. In this article we will discuss how Kubernetes satisfies these networking requirements within a cluster: how data moves inside a pod, between pods, and between nodes.