Deploying a database driven Golang application to Kubernetes. We are going to deploy a very simple database driven Golang RESTful application to Kubernetes. The important point here is that the database is not a Pod.
In this example we are going to deploy a very simple database driven Golang RESTful application to Kubernetes. The important point here is that the database is not a Pod. It is in the cloud so we will access it through the Internet by relying on secrets. The application will run its own HTTP server as usual and serve requests coming in.
├── Makefile ├── .env.dist ├── build │ ├── deploy │ │ └── k8s │ │ ├── deployment.yaml │ │ ├── secret.yaml │ │ └── service.yaml │ └── docker │ └── dev │ └── Dockerfile └── main.go
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