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What is Kubernetes?
Tutorials Conceptual CoreOS Docker Kubernetes Networking Scaling
Introduction> Introduction # Kubernetes is a powerful open-source system, initially developed by Google and supported by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), for managing containerized applications in a clustered environment. It aims to provide better ways of managing related, distributed components and services across varied infrastructure.
How To Use Confd and Etcd to Dynamically Reconfigure Services in CoreOS
Tutorials Clustering CoreOS Load Balancing Networking Nginx Scaling
Introduction> Introduction # CoreOS allows you to easily run services in Docker containers across a cluster of machines. The procedure for doing so usually involves starting one or multiple instances of a service and then registering each instance with etcd, CoreOS’s distributed key-value store.
How To Use Etcdctl and Etcd, CoreOS’s Distributed Key-Value Store
Tutorials Clustering CoreOS Networking Scaling
Introduction> Introduction # One of the technologies that makes CoreOS possible is etcd, a globally distributed key-value store. This service is used by the individual CoreOS machines to form a cluster and as a platform to store globally-accessible data.