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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Working through the output

Helm is quite verbose with its output. It will give you an overview of everything it has created along with any additional notes the developers have included. 

This part of the output contains the basic details of the deployment:

NAME: lopsided-foxLAST DEPLOYED: Sat Dec 9 10:52:19 2017NAMESPACE: fissionSTATUS: DEPLOYED

Next up, we get information on what has been deployed within Kubernetes, starting with the service accounts. These provide identity services that run a pod. These allow the various components of Fission to interface with Kubernetes:

==> v1/ServiceAccountNAME            SECRETS AGEfission-builder 1       1mfission-fetcher 1       1mfission-svc     1       1m

Then come the bindings. These provide role-based authentication (RBAC) for ...

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