Difference between a replica set and replication controller

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What's the difference between a replica set and replication controller?

Apr 17 in Kubernetes by Jinu
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Replica Set and Replication Controller do almost the same thing. Both of them ensure that a specified number of pod replicas are running at any given time. The difference comes with the usage of selectors to replicate pods. Replica Set use Set-Based selectors while replication controllers use Equity-Based selectors.

answered Apr 17 by Sahit

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