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Working with Microservices & Kubernetes

The fundamental concept behind a microservices-based architecture is also its biggest advantage. Rather than having a single monolithic app running everything internally, it is possible to set up multiple microservices–each handling its own functions and specific tasks–and have that big lump of an app divided into small, manageable, independently deployable services. The approach allows the …

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The Kubernetes Networking Model

Many web applications today consist of multiple containers, utilizing different Services from different places. Kubernetes effectively streamlines the process of implementing multi-container applications. With Kubernetes, the user can configure features on the container orchestration tool exactly how they want to combine different containers within a single app. Kubernetes then handles the process of rolling them …

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Kubernetes #autoscaling

Kubernetes Horizontal Pod & Cluster Autoscaling: All You Need to Know

Many Kubernetes users, especially those at enterprise level, swiftly come across the need to autoscale environments. Fortunately, the K8s Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA) allows you to configure your deployments to scale horizontally in a myriad number of ways to do just that. One of the biggest advantages of using Kube Autoscaling is that your Cluster …

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#Kubernetes Pod Best Practices

Best Practices for Kubernetes’ Pods

Cloud computing is one of the most active and significant fields in modern computer science. For both businesses and individuals, it allows the kind of interconnectedness and productivity gains that can completely transform the way that we work and live. However, as anyone who uses cloud Services professionally can attest to, simply being on the …

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Comparing #containers vs #serverless

Comparing Containers vs. Serverless

In development history, we used to rely on single, physical servers. We manually set up, coded, scaled, and maintained our servers—practically nursing our charges day and night—to provide functionality for other machines. The process was slow, detailed, and required a lot in terms of personal time. From there, we began to mix combining our physical …

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Container Wars Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm vs Amazon ECS

Container Wars: Kubernetes vs. Docker Swarm vs. Amazon ECS

Are you torn between the major container orchestration tools out there? We compare Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, and Amazon ECS to see which one comes out on top. Container Orchestration: A Quick Introduction Primitive container technology has been around since the late 1970s but didn’t become prominent until Docker debuted in 2013. From that point, containers …

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