Two weeks ago, one of the buzziest news related to kubernetes was announced: “K8s is deprecating docker support starting from the new release v1.20.0”. That breakup announcement caused some misconceptions regarding what is going to happen in the future with the orchestration platform landscape. …
As part of our never-ending obsession with the coolest of cloud native tools, we had this brief conversation lately about Operators and Helm.. and how many think these two technologies might engage in an epic rivalry.
Through out the years, Kubernetes had the reputation of being most suited for stateless applications, and that is wrong. The open-source project focused heavily in its recent versions on running stateful apps with ease on the orchestration platform. By stateful applications, we mean (micro-)services that save data into a persistent…
During my ongoing journey in the Kubernetes landscape, i quickly started to notice the urgency to have a K8s ecosystem that matches the on-demand Devops mindset. Every new change must be quickly integrated and deployed in your cluster as that how things work now (in modern companies, at least).
This tutorial aims clarifying how to run a dockerized Nginx web server in order to serve a sample web application.
STEP 1: Install Docker
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install \