Yet Another Kubernetes Intro - Part 3
In my last post, I covered pods. However, I also mentioned that I was a little bit torn about covering pods, and especially the creation of pods. The main reason for this is that we generally do not create pods on their own. There isn’t really anything wrong with creating pods manually as we did in the previous post. However, in doing so, we are missing out on a bit stuff when it comes to the functionality that Kubernetes offers us.