So you've got your shiny new Kubernetes cluster up-and-running. You've tried running the standard nginx image and now you'd like to build and run your own image. But how are you going to get your image on the cluster?
At Container Solutions, when we say we help companies transform themselves into Cloud Native entities, we use that term for a very specific reason. Cloud Native is a major paradigm shift, not just the latest new tech to be bolted on top of whatever else a company has been doing for years.
This article is the collaborative work of Pini Reznik, Anne Currie and Michelle Gienow
Most enterprises seeking to go Cloud Native these days cite velocity as their primary motive. Indeed, being able to move quickly and get to market fast —getting a new idea into production within days or even hours, instead of months —is a powerful strategic advantage.
We teamed up with Zoover to help them build a new production environment using Google’s hosted version of Kubernetes (GKE), with a Continuous Delivery pipeline based around CircleCI. In this blog, we’ll describe the system we built and explain the decisions we took. We’ll also have a look at workflow we settled on.