Everyone’s talking about Istio. Let’s mess around with Kubernetes’ Minikube to show off Istio and see what all the fuss is about. We will do this by reworking the OpenShift MiniLabs A/B Deployment example to work with Istio. Once completed invoking a URL such as http://192.168.86.66:31329 will alternate between the A/B versions of the application.
Let’s mess around with Kubernetes’ Minikube and learn how to use it to launch an application with an ingress point, external configuration and volume claims. We will do this by reproducing a bunch of OpenShift MiniLabs and hack around with a bunch of kubectl commands and Kubernete’s yaml resource files in the process. Now for a […]
Who doesn’t get excited about A/B deployments? I know I do. With OpenShift, this power becomes accessible to mere mortals. Moreover, you can try it right now from your own laptop. Let Cavaliers, Charley and Billy show you how. This lab is another in the OpenShift MiniLabs series.