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Peter Apr 20
Pick of the week: Getting started with course by . Really good overview about with many answers to my questions. And also I have some new questions. Looking forward for a deep dive course. Ah and minions is much cooler than nodes!
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Chris Rosen 3m
Bring Your Own ALB: DNS with Health Checks and SSL Certificates (Beta)
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Octavian Tanase Apr 17
Ready for a demo of running natively in .
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Mesosphere Apr 16
Just what sets , , and apart? Let our infographic be your guide.
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Jason Bray 14h
The complexity complaints are really just cries for an abstraction on top that collapses the possibilities that particular user doesn’t need. There are a lot of wheels in motion for various layers above.
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Tua Apr 20
Hello community. We got a new K8s contributors cheatsheet. If you can take a look at it and suggest improvements would be awesome. So far it has great tips and tricks for new and existing contributors.
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CloudGrimm Apr 12
Concentration levels on a friday is a total cluster mess. Wish I could spin up multiple instances of myself in replica so that I can easily become HA, fault tolerant and auto scale nerd lols
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Rancher Labs 11h
Understanding the Kubernetes Node: in this article we provide an overview of architecture focusing on the components and the endpoints they provide.
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Johannes Liebermann Apr 17
Can't decide if is good, bad or ugly. Thoughts?
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Cloud Academy Apr 19
Pods are the basic unit of work in . This Lab considers topics described in the Certified Application Developer (CKAD) Exam Curriculum. Completing it will help you get hands-on experience, essential for passing the exam.
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Rancher Labs 8h
Register to join in on our next Online Master Class: Single-Node, Standalone Servers, and Scalable, Secure Storage on Tuesday @ 1pm ET. Learn more about the session and register here!
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kubelist Apr 20
Watch at 11:17 for an excellent overview and demo of the vertical pod autoscaler. P.S. check out the Q&A where they discuss how the HPA and VPA work together 🙏 from
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Vinayak Mehta Apr 12
If you're in Bangalore on the April 20 weekend and want to learn about (), come off to the first meetup by tech talks! will you an introduction and tell you about how we use it in production!
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Tim Zöller 🇪🇺 Apr 17
Giving a first spin, this evening. I may or may not have just deployed 80 instances of a REST service to my cluster. 2 Nodes with 2GB RAM each, 60% of the memory is used. This is so awesome, thank you for creating this!
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Rubén Romero Apr 19
I just migrated my application to and I got a testable, observable and rest native app for free. You ought to give it a try
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Oskars Gavriseps Apr 17
"my" aws architect/evangelist thinks is not reliable and newer will reach throughput levels possible by plain ec2 instances for large scale logging system, what do you think there is no hope in docker and to deal with JVM ?
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J. Cartigny 10h
When you have a fantastic idea of how to organize your course but someone already think about it before you....
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Lorenze Apr 15
Part of me wants to skip around the CKAD training. A lot of history being brought up at the beginning which I feel like I've read so many times before.
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briggsl Apr 12
Replying to @briggsl
Okay, so the cluster's running. Now I need a task definition. This is basically a JSON document (only JSON, no yaml!) which I had to build a define. It felt basically the same as defining a pod/service definition. I still don't know what I'm getting here over a k8s platform
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Rancher Labs 5h
Watch our on-demand Kubernetes Master Class Training: Migrating Existing Applications to , presented by !
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