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In-reply-to > (#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.


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In-reply-to > (#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?

Also I’d wrap your head around Nomad instead, at least it’s a bit more sane to understand and use compared with Kibernetes 😆


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