Through YAML files we are able to deploy applications on AKS, we explore the structure and process to deploy.
- [Narrator] We've deployed our cluster, … and now we want to get our application onto it. … There are several steps in this process. … As we are using Docker for our container engine, … we first need to define our Docker YAML file … and then deploy our images. … Once our images are ready we need to push them … onto a container registry. … This can be done by Docker Hub, … or we can even use Azure Container Registry. … Next, we define our Kubernetes manifest file. … These are YAML files that say … which containers need to be deployed … and related networking information. … And finally, we're ready to deploy to our cluster. … So, I'm using an existing example from Kubernetes, … and I've put the link up for you. … The Docker containers are already created … and available through a registry. … If you are interested in creating … your own Docker deployments … but need further assistance, … I'd look at some of the courses … in the library on Docker. … We need to deploy the Redis master and slaves first, …
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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