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Basics of Kubernetes Volumes – Part 1

We continue our “Kubernetes in a Nutshell” journey and this part will cover Kubernetes Volumes! You will learn about: Overview of Volumes and why they are needed How to use a Volume Hands-on example to help explore Volumes practically The … Continue reading

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“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 … Continue reading

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How to configure your Kubernetes apps using the ConfigMap object?

“Separation of configuration from code” is one of the tenets of the 12-factor applications. We externalize things which can change and this in turn helps keep our applications portable. This is critical in the Kubernetes world where our applications are … Continue reading

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