Opinions on the Docker and Kubernetes cookbooks by O'Reilly?

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  • k9s

    🐶 Kubernetes CLI To Manage Your Clusters In Style!

    Fwiw, having the tools to help you understand what's going on in a running cluster can be quite helpful, imo. For example, Lens or k9s can help with this. Otherwise, you're faced with having the kubectl docs handy at all times. And I know that just by naming these, I'm practically inviting others to point out alternatives. And brace yourself for Helm, which is super-useful and murky when you first start tinkering with it.

  • kubernetes-the-hard-way

    Bootstrap Kubernetes the hard way on Google Cloud Platform. No scripts.

    Checking out the description of the Kubernetes Cookbook, it seems to me that you might fare better (from a learning perspective) to try your hand with Kubernetes The Hard Way. You may not need to go from start to finish with a flawless victory before you consider looking at the Kubernetes Cookbook, but I suspect that once you start digging into KTHW you'll discover other cool but relevant stuff simply trying to figure this out.

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  • lens

    Lens - The way the world runs Kubernetes

    Fwiw, having the tools to help you understand what's going on in a running cluster can be quite helpful, imo. For example, Lens or k9s can help with this. Otherwise, you're faced with having the kubectl docs handy at all times. And I know that just by naming these, I'm practically inviting others to point out alternatives. And brace yourself for Helm, which is super-useful and murky when you first start tinkering with it.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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