My previous post Setup Kubernetes Cluster Multi-tenancy with AWS EKS discussed how to setup the namespace-based multi-tenancy environment on Kubernetes clusters. Kubernetes Multi-tenancy on EKS — Setup Tenant Apps.
My previous post Setup Kubernetes Cluster Multi-tenancy with AWS EKS discussed how to setup the namespace-based multi-tenancy environment on Kubernetes clusters.
After completing that, tenant team members should have the access to their own namespace in the Kubernetes cluster by running
kubectl command. Next step for the tenant team might be to deploy their apps, either services or cronjobs, to the tenant namespace.
In this post, I would like to discuss a little bit about what could be done for tenant apps after the environment of multi-tenancy is ready. It could be simple and straightforward in mind, but complicated in reality.
Just note, the multi-tenancy environment is only enabled in staging environment for feature teams and we don’t want them to access production directly.
New Apps debut at the multi-tenant environment in the Kubernetes cluster much more easily than existing apps.
Developers in the team who owns the app release and publish the app as usual except for specifying the namespace in the Deployment spec. In some other organizations or companies, deployment spec might be owned by DevOps team but it is owned by dev teams in my company.
For developers, they would have more flexibility than before to troubleshoot any issues when the new app going online. Even some issues happened after publishing to staging environment, the owner team still has opportunities for debugging and tuning before it goes to production.
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