Kubernetes (K8s) is a cluster organizational system designed to allow continuous, streamlined software updates and 24/7/365 user access through containerization. The beauty of this production-ready, open source system is that anyone can take advantage of its unique benefits and many modern applications.
The Kubernetes website explains in depth how it works and what benefits you can expect. But why spend time reading when you can do it yourself? Explore the specific K8s modalities through these interactive tutorials.
Create a Kubernetes Cluster
Deploy applications to a cluster of computers, rather than attaching each app to a unique host. More scalable and flexible, this method is far more efficient.
Using the cluster method, you can create a deployment configuration and release instances of your application. With self-healing properties, this deployment facilitates ongoing improvement and damage control.
One of the clearest benefits of the K8s environment is its facilitation of rolling updates. With cluster management, Service load-balancing, and node resource management, your application can be continuously updated without downtime.