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The latest from Magalix on kubernetes, containers and smart DevOps.

Kubernetes DaemonSets 101

Why DaemonSets in Kubernetes? Sometimes, you may need to run a process on all the nodes of the cluster. Think of log-col...

Kubernetes ReplicaSet 101

  What is a Kubernetes ReplicaSet? A Kubernetes pod serves as a deployment unit for the cluster. It may contain one or more containers. However, containers (and accordingly, pods) are short-lived enti...

Kubernetes Logging 101

Understanding the inside of your Kubernetes cluster is vital to system and application performance. Logs provide that insight, by understanding and reviewing your logs, you can fine-tune your applicat...

Kubernetes Network Policies 101

  What is a Kubernetes Network Policy? Several companies are moving their entire infrastructures to Kubernetes. Kubernetes is aiming at abstracting all the components that you normally find in a moder...

Kubernetes and Containers Best Practices - Health Probes

TL;DR Logs and basic metrics are not enough to achieve high-observability of your containers and microservices. For faster recovery and higher resilience applications must apply the High Observability...

Kubernetes Cluster Networking 101

  What Is Cluster Networking In Kubernetes Sense? Kubernetes is a technology that helps you get the most out of your hardware. Containers are deployed on several nodes, making sure that every CPU cycl...

Kubernetes Pods 101: The Cluster Sailors

If Kubernetes is the helmsman, Docker is the dock worker, then pods are the sailors of the ship (or cluster). What Is a Pod in Kubernetes? A pod is the smallest unit in a Kubernetes cluster. A pod may...