Index of a series of articles about Kubernetes

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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

  • Create a Local Kubernetes Cluster (K8s#3) - 15 Feb 2021


  • Docker and Kubernetes Utilities (K8s#4) - Mar 2021
  • Running Your First App on Kubernetes (K8s#5) …

An introduction to the scenario in which Kubernetes takes over

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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. …

The most common used Docker parts for Kubernetes

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Before you start learning about Kubernetes concepts and trying to create your local cluster to put in practice some proof of concept, you need to know how to define an image for a container because that is the starting point for having a deployable application on a Kubernetes cluster. With this goal in mind, let’s see how to create a simple application and package it into a container image.

If you’ve lost my previous articles on Kubernetes, you can find them at the following links :

Installing Docker

For this step, you can follow the official Docker guide if you have an…

Dario De Santis

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