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June 2022

Local Kubernetes Environments: Part 2

Kubernetes shouldn’t be reserved for production. Using local Kubernetes in development means you can build and test your service using the same technologies as your live deployments. Some organizations provide a shared Kubernetes cluster for development activities. Others offer on-demand virtual clusters that serve staging environments for significant changes.

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Kubernetes vs Docker: Key Differences

It's impossible to learn about containerization without hearing about Docker and Kubernetes. These two tools together dominate the world of containers, both being the de-facto standard in what they each do. When you're first getting started learning about containers, it can be quite a challenge to figure out what the differences are between these two tools.