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Kubernetes Fundamentals – What is Virtualisation

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Kubernetes Fundamentals – Why does Kubernetes Facilitate Declarative Configuration and Automation

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Kubernetes Fundamentals – What are Containerised Workloads

Kubernetes is described as extensible because it is very configurable.

Containerised workloads can be described as anything that runs in a container.

You might first think of just an app, but containers can many different types of workloads, such as an operating system.

They can be much more than just an app, that is why they are described as workloads.


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Kubernetes Fundamentals – Why do they say Kubernetes is Extensible

Kubernetes is described as extensible because it is very configurable.

Configuration Options

  • Flags.
  • Local Configuration Files.
  • API Resources.
  • Extensions.

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Kubernetes Fundamentals – Why do they say Kubernetes is Portable

Kubernetes is described as portable because it provides abstractions for resource requirements and endpoints.

Common Resource Requirements

  • Persistent Volumes.
  • Ingress Rules.
  • Ingress Controllers.

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