Today, I’ll show how to create Kubernetes cluster on Linode using CLI. It might be useful, for instance, for CI/CD, automation processes, etc…
If you are a professional Kubernetes storage administrator you probably performed dynamic provisioning of
Kubernetes storage and avoided creating the volumes manually. We’ll see the motivation for dynamic storage provisioning and how using storage classes serves this purpose.
Kubernetes Labels Demo
You’ve most likely stumbled on
Kubernetes labels while writing deployment manifests. What are they for and how to use them? As always we’ll see a practical demo to answer these questions. Keep reading to find out more.
Kubernetes Namespaces Explained
You have probably heard of
Kubernetes namespaces. But what are they for? What purpose do they serve? How to use them correctly? Keep reading to find out.
Kubernetes ConfigMaps provide Kubernetes Pods with configuration information. How to create and use
ConfigMaps? What are
Kubernetes ConfigMaps concepts? Keep reading to find out.
What are Kubernetes volumes, their types and concepts behind them? We’ll cover all of that below. In addition, we’ll see practical demo of using Kubernetes volumes.
Kubernetes Services Demo
Kubernetes services expose apps running as a set of
Kubernetes pods using a single DNS name. In addition,
Kubernetes services provide load balancing between the pods. Of course, I’ll demo how to manage services using
kubectl. Keep reading to find out more.