Finally, you have your very first k8s cluster with 2 nodes up and running well. Now let’s play with it!Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #Final”
I was playing with Kubernetes during last weekend, but the project was just a small PHP file with phpinfo() function call, no big deal.
Today my colleague asked me to guide him a bit on Docker, because he’d like to try it with a real world example: Developing a Symfony project. So let’s take a look at this!Continue reading “Symfony 5 development with Docker”
You had your first k8s master server, now it’s time to setup our nodes and connect them.Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #5”
Let’s install & setup a k8s cluster, with 2 nodes!
We will start with the Master server firstContinue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #4”
Okey, you had your Docker image now – it’s everything you need to run the application everywhere: A PHP-FPM 7.4 installation, a codebase contains the PHP files. Let’s continue with the k8s chapter – where we’re gonna setup our first k8s to deliver our application to 1 million people!Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #3”
Before throwing yourself into Kubernetes (alright, let’s call it k8s from now on), there are something we need to understand. And the first basic thing is Container. WTF is a Container?Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #1”
Kubernetes (aka k8s – well, because there are 8 characters between K and S) was always on my Checklist for a long time. Since I wanted to learn more about DevOps to improve our delivery process at work.Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #0”
You can find the project here https://gitlab.com/martinpham/graphql-fun
Trying to make Realtime Occlusion for Google’s Project Tango tablet, works pretty nice!