Ready to start working with Kubernetes? Want to build your Kubernetes skills? The five tutorials in this post will teach you everything you need to know about how to manage your containerized apps with Kubernetes.
In the past, we've talked about containerization technology and dove into Kubernetes as an orchestration platform, but we're going to take a step back to look at why container orchestration is necessary and the benefits it brings to both developers and operations teams.
In this video, we’re going to be looking at virtualization from the 10,000-foot view. Even though it is a decades-old technology, it's still vital to understand the basic components of virtualization as it is a core pillar of cloud computing methodology in 2019.
We're back with another lightboarding video, and this time we'll be investigating containerization. Sai Vennam will be using the example of a Node.js application that we want to push into production, and we'll be using two different form factors—virtual machines (VMs) and containers—to explain the advantages of containerization.
Kubernetes clusters are the building blocks of Kubernetes, and they provide the architectural foundation for the platform. The modularity of this building block structure enables availability, scalability, and ease of deployment.