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Master the Kubernetes CLI (kubectl) - Cheatsheet

This Kubernetes CLI (kubectl) cheatsheet contains the most common commands you will use when working with Kubernetes clusters and Kubernetes resources. If you're working with Kubernetes on daily basis or if you're just learning about Kubernetes you will run into a set of commands that are used often than the other commands. The ones used more often are also usually easy to remember (especially if you're typing them out multiple times a day).

Peter Jausovec

October 29, 2019

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Minikube Basics and How to Get Started with Kubernetes

This post and accompanying video guides you through the Minikube installation process. It explains and introduces a couple of essential Minikube commands you can use to work with your Kubernetes cluster, and shows you how to access your applications inside the cluster when using Minikube.

Peter Jausovec

August 27, 2019

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5 Tips to Be More Productive with Kubernetes

I like to read and see how people set up their environments and any tools, tips, and tricks they use to be more productive when working with Kuberentes and Istio. What follows is a collection of 5 tips and tools that I use daily and I think it makes me be more productive with Kuberentes and Istio.

Peter Jausovec

August 06, 2019

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What are sticky sessions and how to configure them with Istio?

The idea behind sticky sessions is to route the requests for a particular session to the same endpoint that served the first request. That way to can associate a service instance with the caller, based on HTTP headers or cookies. You might want to use sticky sessions if your service is doing an expensive operation on first request, but later caching the value. That way, if the same user makes the request, the expensive operation will not be performed and value from the cache will be used.

Peter Jausovec

June 12, 2019

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