After watching this video [Kubernetes Components explained](https://youtu.be/Krpb44XR0bk) you understand more about Kubernetes than most of the software developers out there 🤓
Kubernetes has tons of components, but most of the time you are only working with a handful of them. This video shows you step by step how each component helps you to deploy your application and what the role of each is.
Hope you like it! 😊
8 thoughts on “The only Kubernetes video you need to watch to understand more about K8s than most devops engineers”
Pretty concise, 1.25 playback speed is more like it IMO. (edit: good job speaking clear enough for that to work.)
Good job explaining a concept and straight away putting example info in there.
Ingress completely replaces the pattern of putting nginx in front of my node server?
Containers aren’t 1:1 to pods, pods have an IP and I’d expose ports to to get to containers inside it yes? Can multiple services be assigned to 1 pod that has multiple containers in it?
I’ve always struggled with how you use and devleop on k8s rather than how it’s made and installed itself. With that I’d probably have started this video on Pods and as a footnote or another video gone into the Nodes run pods and provide the services to pods. As a k8s user I (think) I don’t care about nodes, as the guy with blank servers in a rack I do care.
Does anyone have a demo of what a workflow looks like developing using k8s? Not doing \`npm run dev\` on my own laptop seems like it would be liberating.
Thanks for posting this!!
I’m still not convinced there’s a difference between k8s and swarm since I’m 12 minutes I’m in and I’m still not hearing any fundamental and technological difference from docker swarm. Though 15 minutes in and it’s clear k8s has way too many moving parts.
but I guess “Tahmayto”, “Toemahto”. Right?!
Good video, I admittedly didn’t know much about k8s and that helped. One thing… The video says that secrets are base 64 encoded and makes it seem like that is somehow more secure. Am I missing something??
Good content but that dudes voice can strip paint off the walls.
Appreciate your work! Would love to see a video explaining how one would transition from docker swarm to k8s with a real life example.
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