Introduction Welcome to the first part of our Kubernetes tutorial. We would like it to cover some day-to-day challenges that every DevOps engineer working with Kubernetes might encounter. That’s why we will assume that you, dear reader, are already familiar with Kubernetes and its basic concepts. In this particular part of tutorial we will focus on managing high availability Kubernetes cluster on AWS infrastructure. We will use kops - Production Grade K8s Installation, Upgrades, and Management tool.
Introduction I assume that almost everyone heard about the Jenkins. Many of you heard about the Kubernetes. In the world of infrastructure as a code in many cases, we set up Jenkins server in an automated fashion. There are plenty of solutions which we can leverage - starting from Jenkins Job Builder, through job-dsl and ending with Jenkins Pipelines. However, here comes a tricky question: how many of you automated Jenkins setup on Kubernetes?