6 Best Practices for Highly Available Kubernetes Clusters


A highly available microservice requires that the system gracefully handle the failures of its components. If one part of the system fails in any way, the system can recover without significant downtime.

So how exactly can you achieve a highly available, highly reliable, and multi-master Kubernetes cluster? One way is to run a regional Kubernetes cluster on the Google Kubernetes Engine, a managed version of Kubernetes hosted on the Google Cloud Platform.

To help you achieve highly available Kubernetes clusters, here are some best practices based on what we learned while operating Google Kubernetes Engine at scale at Google.

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