Labels and Annotations are one of the main foundations for Kubernetes. They both provide a way for adding additional metadata to our Kubernetes Objects.
Labels are used for grouping, viewing, and operating. Each object can have a set of key/value labels defined. Each Key must be unique for a given object. Annotations provide a place to store non-identifying metadata for Kubernetes Objects. Annotations are also key/value pairs like Labels.
If you are interested to know more about Labels and Annotations in Kubernetes, click on this link –
The blog covers:
– What are the Labels?
– Creating Labels
– Label Selectors
– Service and Labels
– What are Annotations?
– Creating Annotations
– Labels vs Annotations
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