Our DevOps wizards work tirelessly, typically behind the scenes, to architect, build, and maintain our clusters and keep our apps functioning smoothly. We’re Certified Kubernetes Admins, CNCF members, and AWS partners. We can be the DevOps team member your team is missing.
At Revelry, we use kubeadm to build our Kubernetes clusters. Here’s the four-step process we used to setup and test kubeadm in an AWS ASG.
Since the implementation team is already using GitHub on a daily basis to track work and deploy code to our project repositories, our Cluster Ops team has adopted the GitOps philosophy. Having a centralized place for all of our configuration and the ability to view all deployments in a friendly, comfortable environment makes Kubernetes more accessible to the rest of the team.
Anything you can do from the Kubernetes command-line interface (kubectl), you can do through the Kubernetes API. Here’s how to build an app in 8 steps.
I’ve chosen this specific list as part of an effort to foster a shared understanding of commonly used terms. This “glossary” doesn’t exist in a vacuum – it can (and should) continue to be challenged and evolve over time as our understanding changes.