What is Kubernetes | Kubernetes explained in 15 mins

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What is Kubernetes and what problems Kubernetes solves?
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Kubernetes popularity rises constantly. So, what is Kubernetes actually and what problems does Kubernetes solve? In “Kubernetes explained” I cover Kubernetes basic architecture and concepts, like Kubernetes Pods and Services.

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0:00 – Intro
0:59 – Official Definition
1:40 – What problems does Kubernetes solve?
2:35 – What features do container orchestration tools offer?
3:40 – Basic architecture: Master-Slave nodes, Kubernetes processes
8:08 – Basic concepts: Pods, Containers, Services. What is the role of each?
11:31 – Example Configuration File

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      TechWorld with Nana
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      0:59 – Official Definition
      1:40 – What problems does Kubernetes solve? Or why is there a need for a container orchestration tool?
      2:35 – What features do container orchestration tools offer?
      3:40 – Basic architecture: Master-Slave nodes, Kubernetes processes
      8:08 – Basic concepts: Pods, Containers, Services. What is the role of each?
      11:31 – Example Configuration File

      👉🏼 For any questions/issues/feedback, please leave me a comment and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
      👉🏼 Check out my complete course about Docker and Kubernetes here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLy7NrYWoggjwPggqtFsI_zMAwvG0SqYCb

      Please don't forget to subscribe and give me a thumbs up if you liked my video 😊

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      R Sun
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      You are born to be a speaker 🙂

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      Brian Overland
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      This video doesn't work for me. She keeps talking about "orchestration" and "clusters," and I'm struggling to try to figure out what that means. Is there anyone who can explain this stuff? Anyone? What is a "cluster"? How is "orchestration" different from "management"? I don't get it.

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      Stephane Boghossian
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Learn by doing 😉
      You can use http://Brainboard.co to learn Kubernetes!
      We also have an AWS Kubernetes Templates available for the community to duplicate and scale.

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      Abdulmalik Giwa
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Best introduction to Kubernetes I've ever seen, amazing stuff

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      Carlos Aguilar Duarte
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Very well introduced for beginners. Thanks so much!

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      Ezra Schroeder
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      8:23 what does she mean 'pod is basically a repr of a container'?

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      doointhedoo
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Nana I didn't understand something you said. It souunded like you were saying, "A pod is a REPER of a container". I don't know what that means. What is a "reper"? or did you say "record"? I am not sure. –> 8:23

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      Akhtar Ali
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Best video for beginers

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      monica5785
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Awesome Explanation!!! Thank you very very much

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      Alexandra Kim
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Thank you for this video! It is super easy to understand for someone with 0 background in it. Great job! thank you

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      TKS
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      best 🙂

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      Milan Prokop
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Here you go! It's my subscribe.

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      Peter Valenčič
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Thank you for the video!

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      Manish Choudhary
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Perfect Nana. You are beautiful and awesome technical.

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      Sarav Asiye Yigit
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Great explanation. Many thanks Nana. You are perfect.

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      Rob Malford
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Remember, kids: the only problem Kubernetes cares about solving is job security for devops.

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      Pushapak Kumar Pal
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Really after watching you videos now I'm able to understand about Devops working confidently

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      Sam Hobbs
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      I have been doing computers for about half a century yet my questions might sound stupid. I am interested in learning Kubernetes for personal projects, such as websites, yet potentially commercial. Also for the purpose of getting work if something becomes available that uses Kubernetes. I am interested in a requirements-definition level description of Kubernetes. This might sound stupid but is Kubernetes primarily designed for multiple programs that interact? If multiple programs then can Kubernetes be useful for just one program? I need to first determine the relevance of Kubernetes to me and it seems difficult to get that. People that write tutorials seem to ignore the Elephant in the room. It would help to first have an explanation of Kubernetes in terms of their use without the internals. I now get the impression that Kubernetes is a way to connect multiple programs and one problem they solve is to allow them to be used in a platform-independent manner. So they are not relevant to simple websites; that is a stupid question, right?

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      Rameez Ahsan
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      amazing stuff! really loved the explanation and your method of connecting things together while breaking them down.

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      Ajay Krishnan
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      I am a newbie in this space. This concept based video is well explained.

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      bapu somnath
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      This is possibly the best 15 minutes I spent to understand what is Kubernetes! I have one word for the video…splendid!

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      6 סאַמוראַי
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Not going to last

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      Mike Addison
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Excellent job of presenting K8s! I look forward to your videos.

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      ShaeR6
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      This is perfect.. in our company we use Cloudera to manage Hadoop service and the structure of K8 is very similar to how it's set up but with its own bells and whistles… Not wasting time am subscribing to this channel

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      Muhammad Hassan
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Great video!

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      Lalit Shukla
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Whoa ! you made it so simple.
      Thanks for your efforts.

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      Lakshmi Narayana
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Thanks for explaining so well

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      Excess Reactant
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      10/10 everything was clear

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      HopeCent_250
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      you got my sub, wonderfull tutorials

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      Anthony Macle
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Very clear explanations, your channel is a gold mine.
      Is it possible to include a server (let's name it Alpha 1) which already has application running on it to a k8s cluster so that these already existing applications could be automatically recreated within any of the cluster "worker node" should a problem occur? I understand that K8s solves this issues but my question really emphasize on the fact that the applications on the server "Alpha 1" were deployed before the cluster was created…In a nutshell I would like to know if it is possible to include a stand alone server into a cluster making sure its already exesting applications could be handled within a freshly created K8s cluster. I hope I could make my question clear to understand.

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      jekennedy108
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      simply awesome !

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      Mateusz Szczuka
      May 11, 2022 13:12 pm Reply

      Great introduction to kubernetes

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