This topic will help you with workload lifecycle management.

A workload may run as a Knative service, Kubernetes deployment, or other runtime. Workloads can be grouped together with other related resources, such as storage or credential objects as a logical application for easier management.

Workload configuration includes:

  • Source code to build
  • Runtime resource limits
  • Environment variables
  • Services to bind

Options

  -h, --help   help for workload

Options Inherited from Parent Commands

      --context name      name of the kubeconfig context to use (default is current-context defined by kubeconfig)
      --kubeconfig file   kubeconfig file (default is $HOME/.kube/config)
      --no-color          disable color output in terminals
  -v, --verbose int32     number for the log level verbosity (default 1)

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