Kubernetes: five steps to well-behaved apps

Configure from env vars

Log to stdout and stderr

Handle SIGTERM

Implement readiness and liveness probes

Set resource limits

Twelve-Factor all the things

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Senior Devops Engineer at Olark, husband, father of three smart kids, two unruly dogs, and a resentful cat.

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