Update Kubectl Command-Line Tools on a Ubuntu Linux System

Kubectl is a command-line tool that provides an interface to control the cluster and its components. It can be used to execute commands in one or more containers, submit new workloads for scheduling on clusters, get logs from containers running in a cluster, and so on.

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Creating Secrets in Kubernetes: A Step-by-step Guide

Secrets are Kubernetes objects that hold sensitive data. Kubernetes has a built-in system for managing secrets, but it only works with the Kubernetes API and not with other tools. This blog post will show you how to create Kubernetes secrets without using Kubernetes API or any other tool.

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Delete all Kubernetes services with a single Command

This is a Kubernetes tutorial on how to delete all Kubernetes services with a single line. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. Kubernetes offers solutions like rolling updates which allow you to update sets of Pods without taking down the entire cluster.

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Kubernetes Namespaces: An Overview

Kubernetes is a container orchestration system that allows you to group and run containers. Kubernetes namespaces allow admins to create groups of resources with specific access requirements. Kubernetes namespaces can be used for many different purposes, such as running services on different hosts or limiting network traffic between two sets of pods.

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How to Route External Traffic to Kubernetes Pods

In Kubernetes, traffic is routed to Pods. This post will help explain Kubernetes Route rules and show how they can be used to route external traffic to pods. Route rules are Kubernetes’ routing mechanism for forwarding packets from one interface on a node to another. Routes control the set of destination IP addresses that can… Continue reading How to Route External Traffic to Kubernetes Pods

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Create a Service in Kubernetes Using a Manifest File

Creating a Kubernetes service is the first step in exposing your application to the world. A Kubernetes service defines how an application is exposed to the outside world. It also defines how load balancing and routing are handled for that application. In this article, we will create a Kubernetes service a web application running Nginx.

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