Everyone is talking about Kubernetes these days, and it’s no secret that Kubernetes has emerged as the leading container orchestration tool. There are a variety of reasons for that, ranging from Kubernetes’s open source, community-based development model to helpful technical features like pod security policies and automatic load balancing.
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If you work with Kubernetes, you’re probably already familiar with basic Kubernetes best practices guides and patterns. But the recent release of Kubernetes v1.14 has introduced some new features, which in turn necessitate new best practices. Most of them center on security and automation, which are top of the list for operations staff, management, and development alike. But there are some others that factor in as well.