How to Deploy an Application with Kubernetes
If you want to deploy applications into a Kubernetes cluster, be warned — it’s not the easiest task. There are a lot of moving pieces that go into these scalable containers.
Don’t you wish you had a complete roadmap, from start to finish, to walk you through the process of deploying the Kubernetes cluster, deploying an app to the cluster, and connecting to that app from your LAN?
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HOW TO PREPARE YOUR SERVERS
The first thing we’re going to do is get our servers ready for Kubernetes. Let’s set the hostnames for each machine in our cluster. We’ll call them:
To set the hostname on each machine, you’ll issue the command:
sudo hostnamectl set-hostname NAME
Where NAME is the name to be used for the hostname.
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