(#kztamfq) @prologic Lol, I’m honestly still trying wrap my head around Kubernetes. It’s seemingly an Ansible with far greater capabilities. In practice, is Kubernetes supposed to replace Ansible?
@stutteringsteve No Kubernetes or commonly called k8s or k3s or any other upty-nine other varieties are what’s called a “Container Orchestration”. Basically think of this as a “Process Supervisor” like SystemD or
init – but with extended multi host capabilities and understanding of resources (CPU, Memory, etc) and does things like “bin packing” to fit containers and schedule them across a cluster of compute resources – Or otherwise known as nodes in a cluster.
Also I’d wrap your head around Nomad instead, at least it’s a bit more sane to understand and use compared with Kibernetes 😆