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Using Raw API calls to control Kubernetes

This quick video explains how you configure Kubernetes pods to control Kubernetes itself with raw API calls. Most users interact with Kubernetes using kubectl. kubectl itself is a sophisticated wrapper for “curl” and communicates with a Kubernetes cluster’s API server. Using the -v flag followed by a number tells kubectl to show the exact call…

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Navigating network services and policy with Helm

Deploying an application on Kubernetes can require a number of related deployment artifacts or spec files: Deployment, Service, PVCs, ConfigMaps, Service Account — to name just a few. Managing all of these resources and relating them to deployed apps can be challenging, especially when it comes to tracking changes and updates to the deployed application…

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