Overview: Brian and Tyler talk common myths and misperceptions about Kubernetes, container usage, Kubernetes architecture, compatibility, and OSS stats.
- This is Part 2 of a 2-part series. Part 1 was focused on the platform elements of Kubernetes, what applications are good for containers, the scale of microservices, and stateful vs. stateless apps.
- Myths & Misperceptions – Part 1 – https://blog.openshift.com/podctl-25-kubernetes-myths-misperceptions-part-i/
- Kubernetes Operations (with Brian “Redbeard” Harrington, CoreOS) – https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2018/01/16/kubernetes-operations-with-brian-redbeard/
Myth/Misunderstanding 1 – Architecture – Kubernetes Multi-Tenancy
Myth/Misunderstanding 2 – Architecture – Kubernetes is only for Operators
Myth/Misunderstanding 3 – What does “GKE Compatible” mean?
Myth/Misunderstanding 4 – Enterprises should run Kubernetes as trunk version
Myth/Misunderstanding 5 – Are OSS stats important? How to interpret them?