Category: Containers

Task-based containers using Kubernetes Jobs

Containers Kubernetes
Containers are widely used for deploying and running applications. There are several benefits for containerizing applications. They offer a consistent environment for applications to be deployed to together with their dependencies. Containers are able to isolate workloads, and guarantee a certain amount of resources for each workload. In addition, they can be created fast, on the fly. This makes containers good for running resource-intensive workloads. Why not just use serverless? Serverless functions are great for events and on-demand services, and would probably be my first choice for smaller tasks.

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