So you've containerized your application, and now you want to deploy it scalably across a cluster. Kubernetes is your tool for container service management; learn how to use it.
So you’ve containerized your application, and now you want to deploy it scalably across a cluster. Maybe you’ve looked at Kubernetes but you can’t figure out how to use it. In one short session, we’ll teach you enough to get started. We’ll cover:
- What is Kubernetes?
- Configuring your apps
- Creating a deployment
- Tools to help: Ansible, Atomic App and Commisaire
- Scaling an application
- Failover and HA
- A Kubernetes GUI: Cockpit
Container orchestration doesn’t have to be hard; let me give you a push in the right direction.
containers, Docker, kubernetes, howto
I have spoken at all of the following conferences, some of them several times: Open Source Bridge, OSCON, LCA, Linux Collab, pgCon, Postgres Open, PyDX, SCALE, SELF, and Hi-Load++.
Some video of me can be found here: http://jberkus.github.io/
Red Hat Project Atomic
Josh Berkus spends all day working with Linux containers in Red Hat’s Project Atomic. He was previously known for his role in the worldwide PostgreSQL database project. He also cooks and makes pottery.