Yet Another Kubernetes Intro - Part 4
Ok… So far in this series I have covered “What is Kubernetes?”, Pods and ReplicaSets. This means that we should be able to get a basic Kubernetes cluster up and running (at least locally using Docker for Dektop), be able to define our pods, and finally get them up and running in a replicated manner using ReplicaSets. So that is kind of cool. However, we still haven’t covered any form of communication with, or between the pods. Except for doing port forwarding using kubectl port-forward.