Containers

Hands-on: Kubernetes Pods. My first container

On this third post of the series I’m going to talk about Kubernetes Pods. Kubernetes documentation defines a pod as “a group of one or more containers (such as Docker containers), with shared storage/network, and a specification for how to run the containers“. Kubernetes Pods are the smallest unit of computing that can be deployed …

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Kubernetes namespaces

Hands-on: Kubernetes Namespaces. Multi-tenancy and more

On the first post we saw how to deploy a Kubernetes platform using Vagrant and VirtualBox. Now we want to see how the cluster resources are logically segregated using Kubernetes┬ánamespaces. A namespace gives you the way to enable multi-tenancy in Kubernetes, RBAC, and have an isolated space where you won’t have any naming conflict with …

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