Kubernetes 101: Cluster Architecture

Kubernetes 101: Cluster Architecture

Kubernetes 101: Cluster Architecture. Kubernetes Architecture. A Kubernetes cluster consists of a set of worker machines. We call these machines nodes. Every cluster has at least one worker node, where we host Pods that encapsulate the components of an application workload.

In a previous article, we defined Kubernetes as a container orchestration engine, which helps make sure that each container is where it’s supposed to be and that containers can talk to each other.

The logical next step is to see a high-level conceptual view of what components make up the system and how they are interconnected. This story presents a holistic picture of each component and the conceptual architecture of a Kubernetes cluster.

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