Kubectl is a fantastic tool to deploy and manage applications in Kubernetes. Using kubectl you can inspect cluster resources, create/update/delete each kind of k8s object (pods, services, deployments, etc), scale up and down an existing replicaSet and so on. If you had read the previous article in the series “K8S in the wild” and you are interested in […]

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We are living in the age of containers. More and more companies are in the middle of redesigning and rewriting their monolith applications in the microservices way, deploying it in containers. Of course, all the deployed containers need to be orchestrated by something. And there we go… there are some pieces or software able to […]

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