* container are isolated in k8s objects which is known as a pod or minion
* a pod is single instance of a an application
* a pod the smallest object that can be created in k8s cluster


* a single node cluster
* using a single pod
* which contains a single container


* scaling is NOT adding more containers to a pod
* scaling creates new pods
* is the node limit reached create a new node in a cluster within scalling new pods

multi container

* containers in a pod can share a network and storage as well
* helper container dies also like a regulary container if the pod dies
* in k8s helper container can combine both in a pod which can share storage to each other

deploy pods

* kubectl pulls from docker hub by default


# pull and run nginx container
> kubectl run nginx --image nginx

# show running pods
> kubectl get pods

# describe pod
> kubectl describe pods nginx

# get pod details like host 
> kubectl get pods -o wide

# delete pod
> kubectl delete pod nginx

“kubectl describe” is a very powerfull command!

see: kubernetes.io/docs/concepts
and: kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/workloads/pods/pod-overview/