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Kubernetes Management Design Patterns: With Docker, CoreOS Linux, and Other Platforms by Deepak Vohra

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© Deepak Vohra 2017

Deepak Vohra, Kubernetes Management Design Patterns, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2598-1_10

10. Configuring Compute Resources

Deepak Vohra

(1)White Rock, British Columbia, Canada

Kubernetes’s resource model is simple, regular, extensible and precise. The Kubernetes container cluster manager provides two types of resources: compute resources and API resources. Supported compute resources (simply called “resources” in this chapter) are CPU and RAM (or memory). Support for other compute resources, such as network bandwidth, network operations, storage space, storage operations, and storage time may be added later.

Problem

A Kubernetes node capacity in terms of allocable resources (CPU and memory) is fixed and has to be apportioned among the ...

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