Container Deployment Demos from Interop ITX25 May 2017 · Filed in Information
At Interop ITX 2017 in Las Vegas, I had the privilege to lead a half-day workshop on options for deploying containers to cloud providers. As part of that workshop, I gave four live demos of using different deployment options. Those demos—along with the slides I used for my presentation along the way—are now available to anyone who might like to try them on their own.
The slides and all the resources for the demos are available in this GitHub repository. The four demos are:
Google Container Engine: The final demo shows using Google Container Engine—which is Kubernetes—to deploy an application.
In the coming weeks, I plan to recreate the demos, record them, and publish them via YouTube, so that readers/viewers can see the demos in action. In the meantime, each of the demos has its own folder in the GitHub repository with instructions on how to go about recreating the demo on your own. I hope that making these resources available will be useful to readers.
To build these demos, I took inspiration and knowledge from a huge variety of resources. Here are a few of the resources that I used:
- Multi-Cloud Docker Swarm with Terraform and Ansible
- Terraform, Docker Swarm, and AWS
- Deploying Docker Swarm with Ansible
- Amazon EC2 Container Service Template Snippets
- Installing Kubernetes on AWS with kops
I’m sure there are many more that I did not capture as I was researching, but these resources were certainly instrumental in building the demos. So—thanks to these authors for sharing their knowledge.Tags: AWS · Ansible · CLI · Docker · Google · Kubernetes · Terraform Previous Post: Open vSwitch Day at OpenStack Summit 2017 Next Post: Bastion Hosts and Custom SSH Configurations