Kubernetes Pods are the smallest deployable unit created and managed by Kubernetes. If you need to run a single container in Kubernetes, then you have to create a pod for it which is nothing but Single Container Pod.
If you have to run two or more containers in a pod, then the pod created to place these containers is called a Multi Container Pods. It breaks the “One process per container” rule, but it is definitely more than useful at times.
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This blog covers:
▪️ Kubernetes Pods
▪️ Multi Container Pods
▪️ Design-patterns of Multi Container Pods
▪️ Communication Inside a Multi Container Pod
▪️ How to Deploy a Multi Container Pod
▪️ Why Use Multi Container Pods
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