The Kubernetes scheduler is a core component of the control-plane. It is in charge of deciding where the Pods are placed in your cluster. You can think about the Kubernetes scheduler as a skilled Tetris player that always tries to optimize the placement of your containers. But how does it decide what is the *best* node? Does it prioritize big Nodes or smaller ones? Can you help the scheduler decide?
In this talk, you will:
- Dive into the internals of the Kubernetes scheduler and discover how Nodes are filters and scored before they are assigned to Pods.
- Learn what are the tools at your disposal if you want to influence the scheduler such as nodeSelector, node affinity, pod affinity, and taints and tolerations.
Live Air Date: Wednesday, November 11th at 12PM ET
Event Type: FREE, Live Lab
Run Time: Approx. 60 Minutes
Register Here: https://bit.ly/2F08hCM