In the world of container orchestration, Kubernetes has become the de facto standard. Despite its simplicity in some respects, it has also introduced new levels of complexity in the deployment and management of distributed applications and services.
To assist you with understanding the most common kubectl commands & plugins, we've created a cheat sheet as a reference for operations engineers, software engineers, and cloud infrastructure managers who use Kubernetes primarily.
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Using logs when troubleshooting your Kubernetes cluster and applications is vital. The Kubernetes cluster and applications maintain detailed logs of every event, which can be used to narrow down the root causes of failures.
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