If planning a Kubernetes installation is a challenge, operating Kubernetes once it is up and running is more difficult still. That is due in no small part to the fact that Kubernetes is not just one tool, but a collection of a dozen-odd components that provide functionality ranging from application deployments and upgrades, to logging and monitoring, to persistent data storage.
After reading this eBook, one of a series, you will understand:
- All stages of the key areas of functionality that teams typically must cover when operating Kubernetes
- Overview of the tools
- Best practices that Kubernetes admins should follow when working with the various aspects of Kubernetes