1. Jun 16, 18
    So far, in this course, we have spent most of our time understanding the basic Kubernetes concepts and simple workflows to build a solid foundation.

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  2. Jun 16, 18
    In Deploying a Stand-Alone Application.

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  3. Jun 16, 18
    To back a Pod with a persistent storage, Kubernetes uses Volumes. In this article, we will learn about Volumes and their types.

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  4. Jun 15, 18
    In this chapter, we will learn about Services, using which we can group Pods to provide common access points from the external world.

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  5. Jun 15, 18
    In this article, we will study the different access methods to any Kubernetes cluster.

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  6. Jun 15, 18
    In this chapter, we will explore the Kubernetes object model and discuss some of its building blocks, such as Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployments, Namespaces, etc.

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  7. Jun 15, 18
    As we mentioned in the previous chapter, Minikube is the easiest and most recommended way to run an all-in-one Kubernetes cluster locally.

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  8. Jun 14, 18
    In this article, we will first discuss about the different configurations in which Kubernetes can be installed.

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  9. Jun 13, 18
    In this article, we will explain what Kubernetes is, its features, and the reasons why one should use it. We will explore the evolution of Kubernetes from Borg, which is a cluster manager created by Google.

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  10. Jun 13, 18
    With container images, we confine the application code, its runtime, and all of its dependencies in a pre-defined format.

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