Deploying an application in Kubernetes requires you to create multiple resources such as Pods, Services, Replication Controllers, and others. Typically each resource is defined in a configuration file and created using ‘kubectl’ script. But if multiple resources need to be created then you need to invoke ‘kubectl’ multiple times. So if you need to create the […]

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Have you ever dreamed about running WildFly on OpenShift and leveraging the latest Kubernetes features on Windows? Sounds like blasphemy: Everything about those technologies is screaming GO and Linux. Windows doesn’t seem to be the right fit. But I know that there are many developers out there stuck on Windows. Corporate laptops, easy management and […]

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14,000 commits and 400 contributors (including one tiny commit from me!) is what built Kubernetes 1.0. It is now available! Download here API Docs Kubectl command tool Getting Started Guide Kubernetes Introduction Slides This blog discusses some of the Kubernetes design patterns. All source code for the design patterns discussed below are available at kubernetes-java-sample. Key Concepts of Kubernetes At a very […]

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Given the frequency that Docker container orchestration system Kubernetes has cropped up in projects over the past few months, you’d be forgiven for forgetting just how new it is. In fact, it’s only today that Google has given version 1.0 the official G.A greenlight, formally pulling off the dust sheets at OSCON in Portland, Oregon. In […]

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Automatic Restarting of Pods inside Replication Controller of Kubernetes Cluster shows how Kubernetes reschedule pods in the cluster if one or more of existing Pods disappear for some reason. This is a common usage pattern and one of the key features of Kubernetes. Another common usage pattern of Replication Controller is scaling: The replication controller makes […]

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By Mike Croft GlassFish is Oracle’s reference Java EE application server, so you can be sure that it will support the Java EE specification completely. In this post, I’ll go through the first steps of getting GlassFish installed and clustered with Apache to proxy requests. All this will be set up using one CentOS and one […]

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