High Availability Explained | How to Upgrade to High Availability with Linode Kubernetes Engine
High availability (HA) is a term that describes a website or application with maximum potential uptime and accessibility for the content stored on it. In this video, we’ll explain what high availability is, and show you how to upgrade to a highly available application on LKE, the Linode Kubernetes Engine.
0:00 – Intro
1:00 – High Availability Explained
2:30 – Example of High Availability
4:38 – Upgrading to High Availability on Linode
7:36 – Outro
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