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Kubernetes and Using Pods
In this hands-on lab, you will be provided with two servers. They have been partially configured for use with Kubernetes and containerd. The cluster has been initialized, so you need to add a Node to the cluster, create an `nginx` Pod, and run the Pod. Verify successful completion by confirming the output is visible from the Nginx Pod.
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Log In to the Provided Server
Log in to the server as
cloud_userwith the provided password to ensure you can log in. When the file
SERVER-READYis visible in the
/home/cloud_userfolder, then you can follow along with the objectives.
Add Your Worker Node to the Cluster
Add your worker Node
knode1to the cluster using the information provided in the cluster-info text file, and check if it is ready for use.
Create an Nginx Pod File
You will create a Pod file that runs the Nginx image. Use port
80for its output, and call the file,
Create a Pod from the File You Created
Using kubectl, create the Pod with the
Test the Pod Is Working
Test the Pod you created is working.
You should use the IP address associated with the Pod and check from the
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