Sunday, August 2, 2020

Kubernetes Network & Services

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” – Albert Einstein
Continuous learning is the key to wisdom and success. There is no short cut there. The journey of software development has been exciting. Gone are the days of single monolith applications that needed downtime for delivery. 

Now applications are deployed as a unit of functionality/responsibility. Docker & Containers made it possible to scale rapidly with a single responsibility application to be deployed and scaled with its runtime. 

Next came Kubernetes which provides a reliable automated way of maintaining the application clusters and scaling on-demand rapidly. It orchestrates the cluster and makes application management very easy. 

I started learning docker, containers, and Kubernetes with like-minded technology enthusiasts. A journey that started with a yearning for learning something new soon became a passion. 
I presented on these technologies to internal and external groups. 
As they say, sharing knowledge always increases it, I take this tradition forward and share my recent session on Kubernetes Services.