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21. 12. 2021
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A key feature of Kubernetes is the ability to schedule the operation of containerized applications across a group of several nodes.
Kubernetes API indicates the required state of the cluster, ie. all the configuration details needed to run the applications, their replicas, and the resources they use.
The control node monitors the status of clusters, checks running applications and ensures the operation of all necessary images.
If one of the replicas fails, another replica of the application is automatically put into operation so that the cluster is always in optimal condition.
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Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open source software that acts as a container orchestrator. It allows them to be grouped into logical units, making their management more efficient. It is the most commonly used orchestrator for containers created in Docker.
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