Kubernetes is one of the hottest open-source projects these days. It’s a production-grade container orchestration system, inspired by Google’s own Borg and released into the wild in 2014. Thousands of developers joined the project since then, and now it’s becoming an industry standard for running containerized applications. Kubernetes is designed to run production workloads on a scale, but it’s capable of much more. In this article, I’ll talk about my experience setting up a Kubernetes cluster as a core component of a development infrastructure while working at ThoughtSpot.
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