This section of the Kubernetes documentation contains pages that show how to do individual tasks. A task page shows how to do a single thing, typically by giving a short sequence of steps.
Deploy and access the Dashboard web user interface to help you manage and monitor containerized applications in a Kubernetes cluster.
Install and setup the
kubectl command-line tool used to directly manage Kubernetes clusters.
Perform common configuration tasks for Pods and Containers.
Perform common application management tasks, such as rolling updates, injecting information into pods, and horizontal Pod autoscaling.
Run Jobs using parallel processing.
Configure load balancing, port forwarding, or setup firewall or DNS configurations to access applications in a cluster.
Setup monitoring and logging to troubleshoot a cluster or debug a containerized application.
Learn various methods to directly access the Kubernetes API.
Configure your application to trust and use the cluster root Certificate Authority (CA).
Learn common tasks for administering a cluster.
Configure components in a cluster federation.
Perform common tasks for managing Stateful applications, including scaling, deleting, and debugging StatefulSets.
Perform common tasks for managing a DaemonSet, such as performing a rolling update.
Configure and schedule NVIDIA GPUs for use as a resource by nodes in a cluster.
Configure and schedule huge pages as a schedulable resource in a cluster.
If you would like to write a task page, see Creating a Documentation Pull Request.
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