Kubernetes usage is growing rapidly. According to Cloud Native Computing Foundation survey report which was released in 2020:

Kubernetes use in production has increased to 83%, up from 78% last year.

Containers, in general, usage have also increased:

The use of containers in production has increased to 92%, up from…


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As most of you probably know, Kubernetes decided to deprecate Docker as container runtime after v1.20

Explanation of why Kubernetes decided to deprecate Docker can be found here: https://kubernetes.io/blog/2020/12/02/dont-panic-kubernetes-and-docker/

What that means for us, end-users is that one way or another we will have to migrate to another container runtime…


This post is part of the series Prepare and Deploy python app to Kubernetes

👈 Previous post: Containerizing python flask application

At the end of this series, we will have a fully working flask app in Kubernetes. The app itself that we are using, can be found here: https://github.com/brnck/k8s-python-demo-app

Minikube…


This post is part of the series Prepare and Deploy python app to Kubernetes

At the end of this series, we will have a fully working flask app in Kubernetes. The app itself that we are using, can be found here: https://github.com/brnck/k8s-python-demo-app

Creating dockerfile

Before we even start writing Kubernetes manifests, we…

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