Introduction to Kubernetes
Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system for Docker containers, spearheaded by Google in development kubernetes is a production-ready orchestration solution. It allows DevOps engineers to manage and control containerized applications in almost any environment. When compared with the competition out there, Kubernetes overhauls many DevOps associated tasks such as configuration, versioning, deployment, scaling, rolling back updates and more.
The host of smaller services which comes bundled with Kubernetes are called Microservices. All the applications are hosted and executed within the container. A container is an environment where it can provide a context where an application and or microservice can run together within this environment. But, these containers do need constant monitoring and management, they need to be scheduled, distributed, and should balance the load to support the needs of modern applications and infrastructure.
Why it’s Better
Kubernetes comes with solutions to address the issues known with containerization process, first Kubernetes provides a layer over the infrastructure to begin with. Kubernetes also uses labels as name tags to identify its objects. Labels are open-ended, which DevOps engineers can assign them any indicate role, name, or other important attributes. This allows DevOps engineers to rectify any problems easily as they are easy to locate. This is why Kubernetes has gained trust and popularity among DevOps engineers, Kubernetes allow DevOps engineers to run scalable, high workload applications on a highly abstracted platform.
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