A single program, in a container, can only access the resources of that
single machine.  A "service" can scale horizontally, across many machines,
to grow.  In kubernetes we call that replicas, and the typical primitive is
Deployment.

On Aug 10, 2017 9:23 AM, <shya...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi
>
> I'm a newbie to kubernetes/docker and we are recently migrating
> application to kubernetes/docker. On kubernetes cluster we have 10
> nodes,and each node is having 10 CPU/cores and 64gb ram. If we deployed
> microservice in a container, does microservice will have the resources of
> all the 10 nodes (100cpu) and ram(640gb)? Or it will have the CPU and ram
> of that node?. Please advice.
>
> Regards
> Shyam
>
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