Hello all! This blog post will serve as the gateway that links my blog series where I build out a full stack NodeJS project, containerize it, place the containers into a K8S network, and deploy it on AWS. Initially, this projected started off without much though of how I will deploy it, so the process of deploying an already established application will be a focus of this series.
kubectl describe <object>,
kubectl get <object>,
docker image ls,
docker ps and much more will be needed to troubleshoot issues within our virtual machines.
Part I. Setting Up Our K8S Network for A NodeJS Server
Part II. Inserting Client Containers Into Kubernetes
The Fun Way To Build Docker Containers
If you are not a Docker expert, like most people, the best possible way to learn is to start up a terminal and mess…