Hi,

no, containers never come by themselves – they are always in a pod.
However, it is very common to have only one container in a pod.

/MR

On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 10:37 AM YASMINE CHEIKHROUHOU <
yasmine.cheikhrou...@enis.tn> wrote:

> Hi everyone :)
> I am new to kubernetes.
> I am an engineer student and i want some help for my traineeship.
> Question:
> Can pods be optional in kubernetes node in other words can i find a
> container in a node without pods?
> If yes how can this container speak to other containers in the same node
> Thank you all
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