Kubernetes

Jobs in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 4 minutes As we know, all the controllers have the responsibility of starting up pods and running them continuously, in fact, ensuring that they always stay online based on the type of controller that we’re working with, whether it be a deployment, a ReplicaSet, or a DaemonSet. But what if there is a need to run just a single task in the cluster, or a need to Continue Reading

Cloudstate (Part 5): How to work with it?

Reading Time: 2 minutes In our previous blog post, Cloudstate (Part 4): A Bird’s Eye view of its Design, we had a look at bird’s eye view of Cloudstate‘s design. To continue the streak, we are going to learn, how to work with Cloudstate in this blog. Choose Your Language Wisely To work with Cloudstate the first step we need to take is, decide the programming language of our Continue Reading

Jobs and CronJobs in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 3 minutes A Job creates one or more Pods and ensures that a specified number of them successfully terminate. Kubernetes Jobs are created to run pods for a short period of time which are running for completion as opposed to different objects in Kubernetes like Replicasets, Replication Controllers, Demonesets, which is run continuously. In Kubernetes , we have two types of jobs: Run to completion Cronjobs Run Continue Reading

Understanding DevSecOps for Kubernetes

Reading Time: 4 minutes Increase in Security Demands for Cloud Native Ecosystems In today’s world, the need for securing our cloud native clusters has increased more than ever. Also this year, cloud-native security is again top trending, according to a report published by Gartner. DevSecOps is a simple answer to multiple questions. In the recently concluded KubeCon 2020, we saw that a lot of organisations are taking huge strides Continue Reading