Automation in Kubernetes can help you deploy some routine jobs in a container, so that next time they can be performed by writing two simple CLI commands. Isn’t this beautiful?
Automation is Love. We as humans have always believed that even if money can’t buy happiness, it can surely help us in buying automation and nothing gives a human more joy than to see their tasks getting automated. Automation in Kubernetes can help you deploy some routine jobs in a container, so that next time they can be performed by writing two simple CLI commands. Isn’t this beautiful?
Let’s get you started with two of the use-cases. How about running a simple java application into a container because you don’t want to pollute your local OR to create a custom VM in GCP or AWS and use it for a task you do often. For both the scenarios all you need is a working script and a docker image that can run that script. The rest is automation. Don’t believe me! Here’s how Octavius does it.
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