If you’re new to the world of containers and orchestration, getting a handle on Kubernetes can be a little intimidating. Despite quickly becoming a standard in IT, it’s not exactly a user friendly experience.
This getting started guide from Eric Shanks is a great resource. There are a lot of resources on Kubernetes that will dive immediately into specifics. This can be great if you’re looking to solve a single problem, but not if you’re looking for a wider understanding. Eric sets up each section by looking at the theory behind it first, before jumping into the command line and technical specifics.
This guide goes all the way from pods all the way up to service publishing. Definitely well worth the time of anyone new to Kubernetes.
Eric Shanks comments:
This guide is meant to get a beginner started with the process of understanding Kubernetes.
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