Cloud Native Journey Part 2: Technical Adventure

  • application scalability
  • loose coupling of systems and services
  • transparency and observability
  • smaller codebases and features instead of monolithic ones
  • reliance on containers, service meshes, APIs, microservices, and stable infrastructure

Exploring Technical Implementation

  • microservices-bundles of loosely-coupled APIs and features
  • containers-virtual packages of mission-critical application code, software, and dependencies
  • modern design-modular, scalable, and nimble infrastructures that streamline deployment
  • backing services-vital supporting services like databases, caches, and more that are exposed to help ecosystems run smoothly
  • automation-efficient processes that run automatically in response to events or passage of time to facilitate management without excessive human intervention

Introducing Cluster Models

  • the control plane
  • nodes
  • pods
  • containers
  • container runtimes
  • schedulers, API servers, the kubelet, and any supporting components like DNS

Multi-tenant Clusters

Single-Tenant Clusters

Conclusion

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