Understanding the Kubernetes Control Plane 101

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Even though I’ve been working with Kubernetes for the better part of a year, I’ve only recently come across a helpful analogy for understanding the control plane in a way that makes sense in every day (layperson) terms.

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Technical Support Engineer at Linode | Linux & Kubernetes

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