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Kubernetes Scheduling: Node Affinity

Introduction This article continues from the Part 1 of advanced Kubernetes scheduling. In part 1, we had discussed Taints and tolerations. In this article, we will take a look at other scheduling mechanisms provided by Kubernetes...

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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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Setting up Kubernetes with Tectonic

CoreOS recently announced public availability of Tectonic – a pure Kubernetes platform, more details here and it is free to try upto 10 nodes. The platform promises to be always current version of Kubernetes with a secure and...

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