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Silly Kubectl Trick #11 – Getting Into Containers

The tenants of immutable infrastructure strongly discourage accessing containers. For day-to-day operation and deployment activities, that’s a sage bit of wisdom. When things start breaking, however, you’ll need to get in and take a look around. Kubernetes gives us two ways of doing this: attach and exec. When you run kubectl exec, you are creating

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Silly Kubectl Trick #10 – Cleaning Up After Yourself

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! If there’s one thing that Kubernetes makes

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Trick #9 – Write Your Own Sub-Command

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! Eventually, you’ll write a super handy script

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Deployments, StatefulSets, and DaemonSets: A Field Guide

At the heart of any Kubernetes deployment strategy lies The Pod. The workhorse of distributed container solutions, the Kubernetes Pod glues together a bunch of containers to a single networking stack and process namespace. Pod processes can communicate with one another over loopback (127.0.0.1), and signal each other using POSIX signal(7) mechanics. Strange then, that

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Trick #8 – Data Extraction with JSON Path

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! kubectl can pull a lot of data

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Trick #7 – Merge All The KUBECONFIGs!

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! Once you start managing more than one

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Trick #6 – Label it to Enable it

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! The building block of almost all Kubernetes

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Trick #5 – Waiting For Kubernetes

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! When you deploy stuff for a living,

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Trick #4 – Getting At Those Logs

Ahoy, There! This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these over on our Silly Kubectl Tricks page. Also don’t forget to checkout out the video series on YouTube! UNIX/Linux system administrators the world over regularly

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