2. Hello App
What Will You Do¶
For this exercise,
- You will configure and deploy a simple "Hello App" as a Kubernetes deployment on your cluster
- You will use the provided Kubernetes YAML for the "Hello App"
Notice that you will NOT require inbound access to the Kubernetes cluster's control plane for deployment, debugging or diagnostics. You will not require kubectl or kube config and the target Kubernetes cluster's control plane can be completely cloaked.
You have already provisioned or imported one or more Kubernetes clusters using the Controller
Step 1: Create and Configure Workload¶
- Login into the Web Console
- Click on "New Workload", provide a name
- Select "Native Yaml" for Package Type
- Select a namespace where you would like to deploy.
Step 2: Upload YAML File¶
The YAML file describes a "Kubernetes Deployment" that runs the helloapp container image available from GCR. We will be using this to create a Kubernetes Deployment object.
Copy the YAML file below and save it as a file called "helloapp.yaml"
apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: helloweb labels: app: hello spec: selector: matchLabels: app: hello tier: web template: metadata: labels: app: hello tier: web spec: containers: - name: hello-app image: gcr.io/google-samples/hello-app:1.0 ports: - containerPort: 8080
Step 3: Place and Deploy¶
- Click on "Save and Go To Placement"
- Select the cluster where you would like to deploy the "Hello App" YAML file
- Navigate to the "Publish" and click on Publish.
Step 4: Debug¶
- Once publish is successful, click on "Debug". You should see the pods for "Hello App" in a "Running" state.
- Now, click on "Launch" under "Logs and Shell". This will launch a debug window where the user can view real time logs and is presented with a shell to the pod.
Congratulations! You have successfully deployed the "Hello App" on your Kubernetes Cluster.