How to Restart Pods in Kubectl: A Tutorial With Examples
When you’re first starting out with Kubernetes (k8s), the care and feeding of your containers often seems complicated. The terminology is different, even from Docker, and the commands look opaque. How do you know where your application is running? What happens if you want to start, stop, or restart it? This article from Eric Goebelbecker on Loft blog will show you how you can use kubectl to restart pods. It covers why you may need to restart a pod, how to get a list, how to manage pods in namespaces, and how to stop and start replica sets and specific instances.
Kubernetes Service Account: What It Is and How to Use It
Kubernetes provides a few authentication and authorization methods. It comes with a built-in account management solution, but it should be integrated with your own user management system like Active Directory or LDAP. User management is one thing, but there is also a whole additional layer of non-human access. Think about CI/CD access to the cluster, pods-to-pods communication, or pods to Kubernetes API authentication. For these use cases, Kubernetes offers so-called “service accounts.” In this post from Dawid Ziolkowski on Loft blog, you’ll learn what they are and how to use them.
4 Ways to Improve Your Job Offer Approval Process
In today’s difficult labor market, organizations need to have an optimized plan in place to make an offer when the right candidate comes along during a job search. A candidate might be juggling multiple offers, and if this is the case, ensuring a fast and efficient job offer approval process will help you land the candidate. Of course, obtaining internal job approvals is often difficult. As such, it can be challenging to process hiring requests in fast-moving, distributed work environments. Luckily, with a bit of planning and coordination, your team can enhance the job offer approval process and turn it into a core strength. Keep reading this post from Justin Reynolds on Wrangle’s blog for an overview of what the job offer approval process entails.
API Failure: 7 Causes and How to Fix Them
APIs have revolutionized how web and web app developers interact with data, whether for personal use or business. One of our most profound responsibilities as API developers is to protect our endpoints from being hacked. Even with essential safeguards in place, our websites can be vulnerable. This post from Mercy Kibet on Traceable’s blog discusses seven causes of API failures and how to fix them.