Learn how to use the GitOps methodology to simplify your Kubernetes deployments. In this guide we will set up Flux and deploy a demo application via the Git repository.
GitOps is a Kubernetes application delivery methodology. It aims to simplify the deployment and operation of Kubernetes applications.
In this article we will use Flux, which can be installed as a Kubernetes operator.
The Flux operator keeps the cluster state and a repository in sync. Any configuration change made in the repository is automatically applied to the Kubernetes cluster.
In this guide we will set up Flux and deploy a demo application via the Git repository.
To get started, we need kubectl connected to a Kubernetes cluster and a Git repository in Gitlab.
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What is GitOps? GitOps in Kubernetes with GitLab CI and ArgoCD
Today we're taking a look at a GitOps CD tool for Kubernetes called Flux. Flux is great for keeping our cluster state in Git and it allows automated synchronization between our our Git repository and our Kubernetes cluster. Git becomes our source of truth for our environment. We can use Git for auditing our environment and also use feature branching to test our cluster resources against a test environment.
In this webinar, we would like to introduce multiple approaches that can be taken to provide multi-tenancy in the kubernetes cluster. We will also talk about how others in the communities are doing to achieve multi-tenancy. We’ll analyze pros and cons of different approaches and share specific use-cases that fit each approach.