Kubernetes Architecture

Nodes

Node is a machine, physical or virtual one which Kubernetes is installed. Node is a worker machine and that is where containers will be launched by Kubernetes. It was also knows as minion’s in the past.

What if the node which your application is running fails? Obviously your application goes down.

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