A Kubernetes Ingress is a robust way to expose your services outside the cluster. It lets you consolidate your routing rules to a single resource, and gives you powerful options for configuring these rules.continue reading »
Kubernetes Services in a Nutshell
By clivern On August 3, 2021 In Cloud Native, Kubernetes
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Service is a resource you create to make a single, constant point of entry to a group of pods providing the same service. Each service has an IP address and port that never change while the service exists. Clients can open connections to that IP and port, and those connections are then routed to one of the pods backing that service. This way, clients of a service don’t need to know the location of individual pods providing the service, allowing those pods to be moved around the cluster at any time.
Kubernetes Deployment in a Nutshell
By clivern On June 10, 2020 In Cloud Native, Kubernetes
Deployment is a higher-level resource meant for deploying applications and updating them declaratively, instead of doing it through a
ReplicationController or a
ReplicaSet, which are both considered lower-level concepts.