Kubernetes would like to thank every sysadmin who has woken up at 3 a.m. to restart a process. Every developer who pushed code to production only to find that it didn’t run like it did on their laptop. Every systems architect who mistakenly pointed a load test at the production service because of a leftover hostname that they hadn’t updated. It was the pain, the weird hours, and the weird errors that inspired the development of Kubernetes. In a single sentence: Kubernetes intends to radically simplify the task of building, deploying, and maintaining distributed systems. It has been inspired by decades of real-world experience building reliable systems and it has been designed from the ground up to make that experience, if ...
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