Enabling local development with Kubernetes

If you are doing development and want to use kubernetes for it, then here is how you can do it.

Suraj Deshmukh

5 minute read

I want to show how you can enable Kubernetes in your day to day development workflow. So that you get the feel of production deployment locally from day 1. I have a flask application which I am working on. The basic directory structure looks like this: $ ll total 24 -rw-rw-r–. 1 foo foo 427 Apr 23 16:23 app.py -rw-rw-r–. 1 foo foo 201 Apr 23 16:55 docker-compose.yml -rw-rw-r–. 1 foo foo 363 Apr 23 16:21 Dockerfile -rwxrwxr-x.

Suraj Deshmukh

4 minute read

Note: This is a living document and will be updated from time to time. Following are steps to package kompose for CentOS PAAS SIG. CentOS PAAS SIG is a repository of packages where rpms related to OpenShift and eco-system around it are delivered. Setup your machine Install packages needed sudo yum update -y && \ sudo yum install -y epel-release && \ sudo yum install -y rpm-build go redhat-rpm-config make koji \ gcc byobu rpmlint rpmdevtools centos-packager Setup certs

Suraj Deshmukh

2 minute read

I generally do kompose package testing for fedora and CentOS. So here are the steps I follow. Fedora For respective fedora version use the tag respectively for e.g. 25 for fedora 25. Starting the environment: docker run -it registry.fedoraproject.org/fedora:26 bash Running tests:

Inside the container # Pull packages from the testing repository dnf –enablerepo updates-testing -y install kompose # Check the kompose version kompose version # Install the testing dependencies dnf install -y jq make # Pull the git repository to run the functional tests git clone https://github.