Greg Dritschler, Jina Kim | Published January 14, 2019
ContainersContinuous deliveryContinuous integrationDevOps
If you already have a basic understanding of Kubernetes and Docker, then continue with this next lab to learn about basic Kubernetes networking policies. This lab is geared toward basic Kubernetes concepts that you should have in your arsenal.
Why learn about Kubernetes networking in particular? For one, it differs from how Docker approaches networking. For another, you can control how your pods communicate with one another.
When you complete this lab, you’ll learn:
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These labs are an introduction on how to use Docker containers on Kubernetes in the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By…
Enable autoscaling in your Kubernetes cluster and configure an app to automatically scale up or down based on CPU utilization.
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