Tag: Container

Probes In Kubernetes – Liveness Probe, Readiness Probe, Startup Probe

Welcome to my 4th blog post on the Kubernetes series where today I will be talking about different probes that can be used to check the health of pods or containers in Kubernetes!

Kubernetes is a popular container orchestration system that provides a scalable and reliable way to deploy, manage, and scale applications. One of the key features of Kubernetes is the ability to automatically check the health of pods and containers to ensure that they are running properly.

In this blog post, I will explore the different types of probes that Kubernetes provides and how they can be used to monitor the health of pods and containers. Whether you’re new to Kubernetes or an experienced user, this post will help you better understand how to ensure that your applications are running smoothly.

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Basics of Kubernetes Architecture

Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It was originally developed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Read this blog post or watch the video below to understand the basics of Kubernetes Architecture. Content In this blog post, I will cover the basics of Kubernetes Architecture Components and also see how these different components work together to create a well-functioning Kubernetes deployment. Things covered today – Nodes Clusters Persistent Volume Container Pods Deployments In Kubernetes, a node refers to a single machine in a cluster. It...

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