Category: container

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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 a user, you can...

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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 can be scheduled in...

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Multi-Stage builds with Docker

One of the key announcements at Dockercon 2017 was the launch of multi-stage builds. It is available in Docker version 17.05 onwards and is one of most exciting features. In this post, we will do a...

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Gluster Storage with Heketi for Kubernetes

Introduction One of key areas when running containers using Kubernetes is managing the stateful applications such as a database. We use Gluster along with Kubernetes in this post and demonstrate how you can run stateful applications...

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State of Kubernetes at infraCloud

infraCloud has been working on Kubernetes for almost a year now. And we have built deep expertise in building solutions using Kubernetes as well as integrations of Kubernetes and GKE with other products.  infraCloud...


Free Book: Deploying & Scaling Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open-source framework for automating deploying & scaling application that are containerised. The framework was built based on Google’s experience of running billions of containers for over a decade. Kubernetes solves following problems among...

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