Part 6 – Deploying an Application on OKE

Having created a Kubernetes cluster using Container Engine for Kubernetes, you’ll typically want to try it out by deploying an application on the nodes in the cluster. For convenience, the Cluster page includes a Getting Started tab that makes it Continue reading Part 6 – Deploying an Application on OKE

Part 5 – Accessing a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

When you create a cluster, Container Engine for Kubernetes creates a Kubernetes configuration file for the cluster called kubeconfig. The kubeconfig file provides the necessary details to access the cluster using kubectl and the Kubernetes Dashboard. You have to follow Continue reading Part 5 – Accessing a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

Part 4 – Creating a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

On this post, you will see how to specify details for the cluster (for example, the Kubernetes version to install on master nodes). Having defined the cluster, you typically specify details for different node pools in the cluster (for example, Continue reading Part 4 – Creating a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

Part 2 – Introduction to Oracle managed Kubernetes Engine

If we quickly cover how container ecosystem has evolved, we go back to 2012 – 2013 when containers became mainstream and a number of different container runtimes were introduced. For instance Rocket by CoreOS, LXDs by Canonical, Docker Runtime for Continue reading Part 2 – Introduction to Oracle managed Kubernetes Engine