The idea behind Kubernetes is to make engineers’ lives easier, right? Although true, there are pros and cons to every technology and platform. At the end of the day, Kubernetes does make handling containerization more efficient, but that doesn’t mean that it’s easy. Many organizations and engineers put in a lot of effort to truly get Kubernetes running the way it should run.

The goal of this book, and the overall 50 concepts, is to help mitigate some of these headaches. Although one book cannot mitigate every single issue that can occur, or make every single component work the way that it’s supposed to, the overall goal is to help you use Kubernetes in an easier fashion in production, with 50 key pieces ranging from cloud to on-prem ...

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