Breaking down and fixing Kubernetes. Kubernetes has gone far ahead in terms of functionality, security and resilience. We will break the cluster, delete certificates, rejoin nodes on live, and doing all this fancy stuff without possible downtime for already running services.
Kubernetes is a great platform both for container orchestration and everything else. Recently, Kubernetes has gone far ahead in terms of functionality, security and resilience. The Kubernetes architecture allows you to easily survive various kinds of failures and always stay afloat. Today we will break the cluster, delete certificates, rejoin nodes on live, and doing all this fancy stuff without possible downtime for already running services.
So let’s get started. The main control-plane Kubernetes consists of just a few components:
Our original Kubernetes tool list was so popular that we've curated another great list of tools to help you improve your functionality with the platform.
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