We leverage the local docker for development and testing; however, to complete the entire SDLC, we still need to build a CI/CD pipeline.
We leverage the local docker for development and testing; however, to complete the entire SDLC, we still need to build a CI/CD pipeline. If you just land to this article and the links below can help you get more context of this series of weekend codes & write.
For part 3, we will focus on:
The reason I’m using Azure Stacks here, I have used both GKE and EKS in production job/application before, so I decided to use Azure Stacks here. As I have mentioned in part 2.
Doing it, it's much better than just read the comparison articles.
1. Create resource-group
2. Move data to ADLS gen2 via azcopy
3. Add new code to handle & process the file from Azure ADLS gen2
4. Create an Azure Container Register
5. Create an Azure pipeline
6. Create an AKS
7. kubectl apply secret and app deployment.
Our original Kubernetes tool list was so popular that we've curated another great list of tools to help you improve your functionality with the platform.
.. and How to securely access private AKS clusters over a bastion? Terraform code included!
Azure Service Operator is an open source project to help you provision and manage Azure services using Kubernetes. Developers can use it to provision Azure services from any environment, be it Azure, any other cloud provider or on-premises — Kubernetes is the only common denominator!
How data is persisted for an application in a Kubernetes cluster. I will show Azure Kubernetes Service with a Wordpress and MySQL database demonstrating the use of Persistent Volumes, Persistent Volume Claims and Azure Managed Disk
This is a guide on how to use Azure DevOps to build and then publish a docker image as an Azure App Service, using Azure Container Registry.