Linode’s latest technical docs include a robust beginner’s guide to Kubernetes, how to add WireGuard VPN security measures, and how to use Pulumi for your Linodes. Take a look and leave a comment on the docs to share your feedback.
A robust, five-part series to help you better understand Kubernetes and how to get the container orchestration system up and running. The series covers k8s API, Masters and Nodes, and much more.
- Part 1: Containers and orchestration, the Kubernetes API, and kubectl
- Part 2: Master server, cluster nodes, and the Kubernetes Control Plane
- Part 3: Pods, Services, Volumes, and Namespaces
- Part 4: ReplicaSets, Deployments, and Jobs
- Part 5: Networking in Kubernetes and advanced Kubernetes topics
This guide introduces core tools for troubleshooting and solutions to some tricky situations you may find yourself in.
A go-to reference and glossary for common Kubernetes terminology. A handy companion alongside the beginner’s guide.
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Pulumi is a development tool that allows you to write programs that deploy cloud resources – or Infrastructure as Code (IaC). This guide walks you through setting up Pulumi and using it to create a single Linode instance, as well as a NodeBalancer with two NGINX webserver backends.
Configure WireGuard’s state-of-the-art cryptography on your Linode running Debian for a simple, fast, and secure VPN.
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