Kubernetes has quickly become the standard for container orchestration. All of the leading software businesses collaborated on its development and maintenance, and all of the industry's most prominent cloud providers make it available as a service. Kubernetes is compatible with both Linux and Windows, as well as all popular programming languages. This system can also be used to automate and coordinate serverless workloads, as well as batch processes, periodic tasks, and stateful applications. This article covers the most often used patterns from a larger collection of patterns that are included with Kubernetes.
Kubernetes is the next standard for cloud infrastructures and the application portability layer of choice. Software developers and architects can expect Kubernetes to become an integral part of their work at some point. A new perspective on Kubernetes will emerge after reading about the patterns that make it so powerful. In my opinion, Kubernetes and related ideas will eventually become as ubiquitous as object-oriented programming paradigms are today.
These patterns represent an attempt to develop a container orchestration equivalent to the Gang of Four design patterns. After reading this article, your work with Kubernetes should only be getting started. Best of luck with your kubectling!
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