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Learning Docker Networking by Santosh Kumar Konduri, Vaibhav Kohli, Rajdeep Dua

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Kubernetes

Kubernetes is a container cluster management tool. Currently, it supports Docker and Rocket. It is an open source project supported by Google, and the project was launched in June 2014 at Google I/O. It supports deployment on various cloud providers such as GCE, Azure, AWS, and vSphere as well as on bare metal. The Kubernetes manager is lean, portable, extensible, and self-healing.

Kubernetes has various important components, as explained in the following list:

  • Node: This is a physical or virtual-machine part of a Kubernetes cluster, running the Kubernetes and Docker services, onto which pods can be scheduled.
  • Master: This maintains the runtime state of the Kubernetes server runtime. It is the point of entry for all the client calls to ...

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