Category Archives: Kubernetes

CAN WE USE RKT WITH KUBERNETES (AKA “RKTNETES”)?

Can we use rkt with Kubernetes (aka “rktnetes”)?

Kubernetes is a system for managing containerized applications across a cluster of machines. Kubernetes runs all applications in containers. In the default setup, this is performed using the Docker engine, but Kubernetes also features support for using rkt as its container runtime backend. This allows a Kubernetes cluster to leverage some of rkt’s security features and native pod support.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

KEY CONCEPTS OF KUBERNETES

Key concepts of Kubernetes

At a very high level, there are three key concepts:

Pods are the smallest deployable units that can be created, scheduled, and managed. Its a logical collection of containers that belong to an application.

Master is the central control point that provides a unified view of the cluster. There is a single master node that control multiple minions.

Minion is a worker node that run tasks as delegated by the master. Minions can run one or more pods. It provides an application-specific “virtual host” in a containerized environment.

WHAT IS KUBERNETES? EXPLAIN

What is Kubernetes? Explain

It is massively scalable tool for managing containers, made by Google. It is used internally on huge deployments and because of that it is maybe the best option for production use of containers. It supports self healing by restating non responsive containers, it pack containers in a way that they take less resources and has many other great features.