No single environment is equal to the other. Use a config map to apply the differences between the environments.
Kubernetes is awesome! However, setting up a cluster is really difficult. You must think twice before you are going this direction. Consider using a managed cluster instead. For example the Azure Kubernetes services, aka AKS, a Managed Kubernetes in Azure
There are some great initiatives already of running Sitecore in containers. The problem is that Sitecore is still using the .Net Framework which needs IIS to run hence you’ll need some sort of a Windows Server OS base image to be able to run your application. Although Windows server is offering very small instances (Windows […]
The last part is maybe the most important part: automation! This is actually quite easy thanks to Kubernetes. In this post I’ll cover: Updating an image Rollback Removing everything Updating an image In the good old days (and still today), an update of an application is done by deploying new files to the webserver. To […]
So, we have 3 images. Time to think about how these images must be running inside a Kubernetes cluster. As mentioned in my previous post we have a single webapp which must be communicating with 2 api’s: To be more specific: we have a single accessible webapp which are powered by 2 api which are […]
Once in a while there pops up really impressive technology. Technology which will be responsible for a total movement within web development. For the last years, for me, these technologies are: Net Core Docker And this weekend, a new technology is added to the list: Kubernetes. I did read about Kubernetes but I didn’t actually […]