We deploy our application to the kubernetes cluster
- [Instructor] The moment has finally come … where we get our application onto the cluster. … Let's begin by logging into our Azure portal. … And as always, I'm just going to use Azure CLI here, … and we get confirmation that we're logged in. … The next thing we want to do is set our context … to our Azure, Kubernetes cluster, … so we deploy to the right location. … So let's go ahead and do that. … I'm going to use the AKS get credentials command here, … we're going to use our kubdemo's resource group … with our demo cluster. … We're going to deploy our files in the following order; … the redist master deployment and service, … the redist slaves deployment and it's service, … and finally the front end. … We have to do this in order because of the dependencies. … So you'll notice I'm already under the guestbook demo. … Now, if you were deploying from the Cloud … and you hadn't made any changes, … you could actually deploy directly, … but since I made the change to load bounce, … I need to go through this process. …
AuthorGurinder Singh Mann
- Developing an infrastructure strategy
- Managing technical debt
- Managing Amazon Kubernetes Service (AKS)
- Deploying applications on AKS
- Scaling your Kubernetes clusters
- Implementing infrastructure as code
- Deploying Azure resources via Terraform
- Implementing security and compliance
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure for DevOps: Dependency Managementwith Gurinder Singh Mann47m 5s Intermediate
Who is this course for?1m 4s
1. Infrastructure and Configuration Management
2. Manage Kubernetes Service
3. Implementing Infrastructure as Code
4. Implement Security and Compliance
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