Adding new microservice in K8S, is easier than ever, but as we all know, with great power comes great responsibility. As the number of microservices increase, the cost of managing them and the dependencies between them also increase exponentially. In this talk I shall provide an end-to-end example on how to build and manage microservices on k8s; and walk you through the following steps:
Understand why Helm, a package manager for k8s, is important; and how to use it properly when handling a large amount of microservices (‘Umbrella chart to the rescue’). Discuss how to build a basic pipeline in Jenkins, suited for the k8s world. Realize how using these tools guarantees your dev team can move faster (and break things) while keeping the business on safe ground.
Hall: Track 1
Track: Track 1
Type: Track Talk