So Kubernetes today.... I know some of will get it And others don't... What is it ~
Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. It was originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation - CNCF.
How it works ~
In GCP- Google cloud platform reference to the pic.
Kubernetes works by creating a master, which exposes the Kubernetes API, allowing you to request certain tasks to be completed. The master then spawns (node instances,2,3)containers to handle the workload you've asked for. Aside from running Docker, each node runs the Kubelet service -- which is an agent that works with the container manifest -- and a proxy service. The Kubernetes control plane is comprised of many components, but they all run on the single Kubernetes master node.
Master: the managing machine, which oversees one or more minions.
Minion: a slave that runs tasks as delegated by the user and Kubernetes master.
Pod: an application (or part of an application) that runs on a minion. This is the basic unit of manipulation in Kubernetes.
Replication Controller: ensures that the requested number of pods are running on minions at all times.
Label: an arbitrary key/value pair that the Replication Controller uses for service discovery
kubecfg: the command line config tool
Service: an endpoint that provides load balancing across a replicated group of pods
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