“Kubernetes in a Nutshell” — blog series

This series is going to cover the “breadth” of Kubernetes and the core/fundamental topics. It will be done in a practical way where you get your “hands dirty” by trying things out — we will use minikube (locally) or the managed Azure Kubernetes Service cluster(s) where applicable.

List of blogs…

I’ll keep updating the links here as I post new ones:

Beyond Pods: how to orchestrate stateless apps in Kubernetes?

This ☝️ is the first part that covers native Kubernetes primitives for managing stateless applications.

How to configure your Kubernetes apps using the ConfigMap object?

This ☝️ blog post provides a hands-on guide to app configuration related options available in Kubernetes.

Why..?

Kubernetes can be quite intimidating to start with. This might be helpful for folks who have looked into Kubernetes but haven’t really dived in yet. So, you will notice that I’ll get into the weeds straight away and not cover topics like “What is Kubernetes?” etc.
I cannot cover “everything” though (even if I wanted to!). But, hopefully, this will help you get over that initial hurdle and know “just enough” to explore Kubernetes further, seek specific areas that interest you and proceed independently.

I cannot cover “everything” though (even if I wanted to!). But, hopefully, this will help you get over that initial hurdle and know “just enough” to explore Kubernetes further, seek specific areas that interest you and proceed independently.

Please like, follow if you found this useful! 🙂 Happy to get feedback via @abhi_tweeter or just drop a comment.

About Abhishek

Loves Go, NoSQL DBs and messaging systems
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1 Response to “Kubernetes in a Nutshell” — blog series

  1. Pingback: Basics of Kubernetes Volumes – Part 1 | Head in the clouds

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