In my previous blog, I described how to use Oracle Developer Cloud to build and push the Node.js microservice Docker image on DockerHub. This blog will help you understand, how to use Oracle Developer Cloud to deploy the Docker image pushed to DockerHub on Container Engine for Kubernetes.
Container Engine for Kubernetes
Container Engine for Kubernetes is a developer-friendly, container-native, enterprise-ready managed Kubernetes service for running highly available clusters with the control, security, and predictable performance of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Visit the following link to learn about Oracle’s Container Engine for Kubernetes:
Prerequisites for Kubernetes Deployment
1. Access to an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) account
2. A Kubernetes cluster set up on OCI
This tutorial explains how to set up a Kubernetes cluster on OCI.
Set Up the Environment:
Create and Configure Build VM Templates and Build VMs
You’ll need to create and configure the Build VM template and Build VM with the required software, which will be used to execute the build job. Read the complete article here.
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