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DOP 229: The Evolution of Installing Applications into Kubernetes

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#229: When Kubernetes was first released in September 2014, the only way we could get applications installed to the cluster was by using kubectl apply and big, ugly YAML files. Since that time, many tools have been introduced to help manage application installation into Kubernetes clusters.

However, no matter what tool you are using in 2023, under the hood, we’re still just submitting those big, ugly YAML files to the Kubernetes. Once you realize this, things become much clearer.

In this episode, we take a stroll down memory lane of how it all started and what you should consider doing today when creating (or maybe not creating) the YAML files for your application.

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#229: When Kubernetes was first released in September 2014, the only way we could get applications installed to the cluster was by using kubectl apply and big, ugly YAML files. Since that time, many tools have been introduced to help manage application installation into Kubernetes clusters.

However, no matter what tool you are using in 2023, under the hood, we’re still just submitting those big, ugly YAML files to the Kubernetes. Once you realize this, things become much clearer.

In this episode, we take a stroll down memory lane of how it all started and what you should consider doing today when creating (or maybe not creating) the YAML files for your application.

Today’s sponsor:

Save 25% on your first Barbaro Mojo order using the code "DevOps25”

https://barbaromojo.com/discount/DevOps25

YouTube channel:

https://youtube.com/devopsparadox/

Books and Courses:

Catalog, Patterns, And Blueprints

https://www.devopstoolkitseries.com/posts/catalog/

Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts:

https://www.devopsparadox.com/review-podcast/

Slack:

https://www.devopsparadox.com/slack/

Connect with us at:

https://www.devopsparadox.com/contact/

  continue reading

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