Kubernetes exposed pods with replicas

Visualize the deployment and scaling of containerized applications with this Kubernetes pods and replicas diagram example.

Kubernetes exposed pods with replicas

Visualize the deployment and scaling of containerized applications with this Kubernetes pods and replicas diagram example.

Kubernetes Architecture
Cloud Architecture Diagram
Kubernetes
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about this example

Proper pod replication and exposure are crucial for Kubernetes' high availability and load balancing. This example includes:

  • Service Exposure: Showcases a service (svc) directing traffic to pods via your.domain.com.
  • Replication Controllers: Highlights the use of replication controllers (rs) to manage multiple pod replicas.
  • Deployment Management: Depicts a deployment (deploy) as the declarative update mechanism for pods and replicas.
  • Resource Management: Details resource management policies including network policies (netpol), quotas, and limits to maintain cluster health.
When to use
  • Application Scaling: For engineers planning the scaling strategy for a Kubernetes-deployed application.
  • Resilience Planning: When designing systems for resilience, employing replication controllers and horizontal pod autoscalers (hpa).
  • Policy Enforcement: For teams implementing network, resource quotas, and limits policies to enforce security and efficiency.
How to use
  1. Start editing: Duplicate the example file and double-click on the diagram.
  2. Customize diagram: Add/modify nodes, groups, and relationships using a diagram-as-code syntax to customize it for your Kubernetes setup.
  3. Customize layout: Arrange the elements on the diagram to reflect the specific architecture and workflows of your system.
  4. Collect feedback: Distribute the diagram among your team and solicit feedback to improve the design and ensure a clear understanding.

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