Index of a series of articles about Kubernetes

Hi everyone! Today I’m here to say that I’m going to write a series of articles about Kubernetes. I will cover some of the arguments and aspects useful for everyone at the very beginning of studying and using Kubernetes. I will update this index when I write and publish new articles related to Kubernetes to keep the logical flow visible to everyone. I will try to publish a new article about every two weeks.

Articles Published

Review / To Be Published

  • Docker and Kubernetes Utilities (K8s#4) — Apr 2021
  • Running Your First App on Kubernetes (K8s#5) — May 2021

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An introduction to the scenario in which Kubernetes takes over

Hi everyone. I recently started studying and practicing Kubernetes concepts for one of my projects at work. Doing so, I was surprised how things (i.e. applications) could be handled in a completely different way when put in a clustered environment, such as the one offered by Kubernetes, so I decided to go deeper and deeper and in the meanwhile writing a series of Kubernetes-related Medium articles to share knowledge and help someone learning and solving problems they might encounter. …


How to get a local Kubernetes cluster up and running

Hi everyone! With this article, we go deep with the Kubernetes Series. In the previous articles, I have shared with you a brief introduction to Kubernetes and showed the most common Docker parts used for Kubernetes.

Today I want to show you 2 ways to setup a local Kubernetes cluster, that is the base you must have to start working with Kubernetes. These ways are the following :

  1. Setup minikube
  2. Setup Virtual Machines with Master and Worker nodes

Introduction

To follow this guide, you need only to know the basic concepts of Kubernetes, with particular focus to :

  • Docker container runtime

Dario De Santis

Java Developer. Enthusiast of discovering new things, places and foods.

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