KubePrism – Improving Kubernetes workload availability by preventing Kubernetes API endpoint outages
If you are running a production, highly available Kubernetes cluster, you want multiple control plane nodes for fault tolerance. In this scenario, it is common
Yes, it is generally a bad idea to run workloads on control plane nodes, but it’s a balance. If you have no constraints regarding cost
Why does Sidero Labs recommend 3 nodes for the control plane, in most cases? Why not 4? Or 10? Read on to find out! A Kubernetes cluster
Updated October 2022 to reflect the fact that Github changed references from master to main. Here at Sidero Labs, we are an engineering heavy company.