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NOTE: If you are only interested in a example pipeline, or if you want a more commented pipeline, go directly on the github

Continuous Delivery is on of the keystone of the work of a SRE,and so, automatize the deployment of any repository should be on your learning list if you want to gain knowledge of DevOps.

Quick insight : Did you know that 75 percent of company that deploy containerized application, use Kubernetes in a production environment ? When I say Kubernetes, all the variants (AKS, EKS, GKS, you get it) are taken into account.

So, having the knowledge to setup a Pipeline to deploy workload to Kubernetes is a concept you must know how to address. …


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Hello there !

Recently I had to deploy a Baremetal Kubernetes Cluster for a Client.

With baremetal Kubernetes comes some challenges , one of these is networking.

NOTE: You can skip to the configuration process if you already know what you want , an just need the explanations !

This Post was writter in September 2020 , using a 1.18 Kubernetes cluster and deploying Traefik v2.3 and Cert-Manager 1.16

Link to the github

In a Managed Kubernetes Cluster , the networking is integrated is somewhat transparent , you can expose the one of you service on the internet via a LoadBalancer service. …


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Recently I had to deploy a Baremetal Kubernetes Cluster for a Client.

Since I configured a Traefik ingress for the cluster, I decided to use it’s native integration with Lets’ Encrypt certificate, by installing Cert-Manager and configure the automatic renewal of certificate.

As we will discuss in this article, configuring automatic Let’s-Encrypt certificate renewal depends on where your domain is hosted. …

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