Deploying Kitura with Docker & Kubernetes: Getting Started

Kitura servers built in Swift are pretty cool, but it’s even cooler to deploy them in the cloud! See how to build a Docker image, then deploy to Kubernetes. By Audrey Tam.

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Where to Go From Here?

In this tutorial, you built and pushed a Docker image for your app, then deployed it to IBM Cloud Kubernetes Cloud Service, and accessed it in your browser. You used Kubernetes, Helm and IBM Cloud CLI commands, and the IBM Cloud dashboards. That’s just the start! When you deploy your own apps, you can add redundancy, load balancing, and monitoring with custom charts and graphs.

Here are some resources to keep you going:

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