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Kubernetes

DevOpsKubernetes
May 10, 2018

Kubernetes Scheduling: Node Affinity

Introduction This article continues from Part 1 of advanced Kubernetes scheduling. In part 1, we had discussed Taints and tolerations. In this article, we will take a look at other scheduling…
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Kubernetes
May 4, 2018

Kubecon 2018 EU : Day2 – Twitter Attendee Notes

The first day of Kubecon 2018 has been exciting and if you have not read the updates, you can find them here. The second day has some interesting tidbits on many areas I…
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Kubernetes
May 2, 2018

Kubecon 2018 EU : Day1 – Remote Attendee Notes

Thanks to Liz Rice for allowing to use the KubeNail art from the Tweet here as a featured image for blog! Kubecon 2018 EU Kubecon 2018 EU is taking place in the beautiful Copenhagen. As an…
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Kubernetes
May 2, 2018

Kubernetes Autoscaling Explained

This article was originally published here: http://blog.infracloud.io/kubernetes-autoscaling-explained  In one of recent Kubernetes Pune meetups - someone asked: How does Kubernetes Autoscaling work? I have seen this question pop in various forms at…
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containerDevOpsKubernetes
April 16, 2018

Advanced Kubernetes Scheduling: Part 1

Introduction The built-in kubernetes scheduling assigns workloads based a multitude of factors such as resources needs, quality of service etc. which can be provided to Kubernetes scheduler as flags. In addition to these, as…
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Continuous DeliveryKubernetes
October 31, 2017

Is Terraform better than Helm for Kubernetes?

I have been an avid user of Terraform and use it to do many things in infrastructure, be it provisioning machines or setting up my whole stack. When I started working…
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containerKubernetes
July 27, 2017

Kubernetes: Lifecycle of a Pod

Recently, I spoke about "Lifecycle of a Pod" at the Pune Kubernetes Meetup. This post is almost on the lines of the talk. Pod is the smallest unit of work which…
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