Pods are the smallest deployable unit of Kubernetes where we can run our applications. Scheduling in Kubernetes is a core component as it aims to schedule the pod to a correct and available node.
If you want to understand why Pods are placed onto a particular Node, or if you’re planning to know types of scheduling, then check out this blog k21academy.com/kubernetes37.
In this blog, we will cover:
– What is Scheduling in Kubernetes
– Methods used for Scheduling pods
– Taints/Toleration and Node Affinity
– Status Quo
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