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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ 15h
Replying to @nrtmztn
In Container operation, we must consider these βœ… Multi nodes manage βœ… container scheduling βœ… rolling update βœ… scaling βœ… Life n death manage βœ… Load balancing βœ… Manage data βœ… Manage workload βœ… Manage log βœ… Infra as code 'll support us.
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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ 15h
Replying to @nrtmztn
About service discovery and load balancing. provides various routing functions. About manage deta. uses etcd which is distributed key value store. is also good at redundant data.
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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ 15h
Replying to @nrtmztn
About self healing. Since monitor process in container, if find stopping process, it deploys container automatically again. Thanks to , application can automatic recovery.
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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ 15h
Replying to @nrtmztn
About scheduling, there are step which nodes should contain containers, When we deploy container to nodes. e.g. We can control deploy containers with many disk i/o into ssd node.
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Stuart Miniman 18h
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nemonik 4h
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CalvinHP @ All Things Open Oct 22
crazy packed session for on
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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ 15h
Replying to @nrtmztn
consists of master and node. $k8s master provides api endpoint, container scheduling, container scaling, on other hand node is equal to docker host which running application. Now we learn various resources.
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styBOOteqe y'allins 23h
Replying to @johnwmatthews @sebp
Very cool stuff, man!
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Marce Oct 19
I strongly recommend the Scalable Microservices with course given by and ☁️πŸ–₯πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ’»πŸ˜Š A gentle and practical introduction to: β€’ modern app design β€’ containers packaging and its distribution β€’ manage & scale containers with K8s
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Chris Collins 3h
is on track here to be the person with the most interesting and most immediately useful technical presentations for me here at If you're looking at and , check out the recordings of her talks
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Catalysts 2h
Playing CS:GO style on with Continous Integration on server.cfg at Catalysts Vienna!
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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ 14h
Replying to @nrtmztn
can virtual division function by Namespace. Default is as below. βœ… kube-system - Deployed cluster component and add-on βœ… kube-public - Arranged ConfigMap βœ… default - Default Namespace
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Manish Kapur 52m
Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment includes support for - Docker, Kubernetes, Kata containers, CRI-O, Flannel, CNI, Calico, Jenkins X, Prometheus and Fluentd. Awesome!
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Humberto Castellon Oct 17
I'm done reading my first book which gave a good getting started and now excited to get my hands on. I know it'll be a long journey but it's worthy because Kubernetes like many say, it's a thing and it's happening!
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Detroit English Oct 22
A day after I start digging into , my VPS provider suffers a network outage in one of their data centers. Coincidence? ( not even mad, though - Contabo rocks! )
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Johannes Schnatterer 12h
It's a bit of a reckoning with azure, still interesting & concise comparison of the major service providers /
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Aqua 2h
How secure are your clusters? Use to find out!
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Ι΄α΄Κ€ΚπŸπŸ‚ Oct 17
Replying to @nrtmztn
For correctly operation, we have to know Relicaset lifecycle. e.g. when we change amount of pod, New replicaset isn't generated. But when we change container define, old pod is stopped and new pod is created. So, new revision is created. ex.1β†’2
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Jon Bennett Oct 21
Replying to @_JHR_
Yeah, I’ve read, not started my journey j to yet so nothing to use to compare
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