Chapter 7: Exposing Your Pods with Services

After reading the previous chapters, you now know how to deploy Docker applications on Kubernetes by building Pods that can contain one container or multiple containers for more complex applications. You also know that it is possible to decouple applications from their configuration by using Pods and configmaps together, and Kubernetes is also capable of storing your sensitive configurations thanks to Secret objects.

The good news is that with these three resources, you can start deploying applications on Kubernetes properly and get your first app running on Kubernetes. However, you are still missing something important: you need to be able to expose Pods to end users or even to other Pods within the ...

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