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There are some HPC environments that use Kubernetes but they likely use custom schedulers optimized for batch workloads (e.g.

"containers" are often used but not always docker containers. HPC environments I've seen will often use container primitives (e.g. cgroups, namespaces).

There's a lot you can learn with managed Kubernetes and it's a great place to start. You can learn a lot of the parts of Kubernetes with running through or reading

I'll email you to follow-up since tracking HN comments isn't a great way to have a conversation.

For Docker, I've found Docker Deep Dive to be a good book -

For K8s, this book is from some of the k8s authors themselves -

shaklee3 · 2019-05-06 · Original thread
FYI: the person you are responding to is the author of Kubernetes The Hard Way [1], which is effectively a tutorial of learning how all the K8s pieces work together. He also co-authored the first book on it [2]. He's also a Google employee, but I would trust his opinion more than others just because he's probably seen more use cases than anyone else.



shaklee3 · 2017-08-17 · Original thread
Since Kelsey won't pitch his book, I'll do it for him. Coming out soon:

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