Tag: Series: Kubernetes Overview
3 May 2016 in Kubernetes, Overview, Series: Kubernetes Overview

Kubernetes Overview, Part Two

In my previous post we looked at kubectl, clusters, the control plane, namespaces, pods, services, replication controllers, and labels.

In this post we take a look at at volumes, secrets, rolling updates, and Helm.

Volumes

A volume is a directory, possibly with some data in it, accessible to a container as part of its filesystem. Volumes are used used, for example, to store stateful app data.

Kubernetes supports several types of volumes:

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27 Apr 2016 in Kubernetes, Overview, Series: Kubernetes Overview

Kubernetes Overview, Part One

Kubernetes is an open-source system for managing containerized applications across multiple hosts in a cluster.

Kubernetes provides mechanisms for application deployment, scheduling, updating, maintenance, and scaling. A key feature of Kubernetes is that it actively manages the containers to ensure the state of the cluster continually matches the user's intentions.

Kubernetes enables you to respond quickly to customer demand by scaling or rolling out new features. It also allows you to make maximal use of your hardware.

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