Posts in 2019

  • Organizing Access Using kubeconfig Files

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in 2019

    The kubectl command-line tool uses kubeconfig files to find the information it needs to choose a cluster and communicate with the API server of a cluster. ![teaser](./images/teaser 1.svg) What happens if your kubeconfig file of your production …

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  • Manually Adding a Node to an Existing Cluster

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in 2019

    Gardener has an excellent ability to automatically scale machines for the cluster. From the point of view of scalability, there is no need for manual intervention. This tutorial is useful for those end-users who need specifically configured nodes, …

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  • Feature Flags in Kubernetes Applications

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in 2019

    Feature flags are used to change the behavior of a program at runtime without forcing a restart. Although they are essential in a native cloud environment, they cannot be implemented without significant effort on some platforms. Kubernetes has made …

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  • Cluster Overprovisioning

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in 2019

    This tutorial describes how to overprovisioning of cluster nodes for scaling and failover. This is desired when you have work load that need to scale up quickly without waiting for the new cluster nodes to be created and join the cluster. …

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