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Accessing Microservices with the Kubernetes Service Object

This is part 4 of the series on Managing Microservices with Kubernetes. You can read part 1 here    and part 2 here     and part 3 here.

In part 1, we understood how Kubernetes is used to deploy a Microservice. In that blog, I mentioned that a couple of Kubernetes objects are used to deploy the voting application – Namespaces, Labels and Selectors, Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployment, and Service Objects.   In part 2 we explored some of the Kubernetes objects used in building the microservice application. We also explored scaling a microservices application using the ReplicaSet Controller object. in Part 3 we explored using the Deployment Object to scale the microservice application.

In this blog, I will explore the Service Object. The service object is very important as it aids in accessing your microservice application.

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Scaling Microservices with the Kubernetes Deployment Object

This is part 3 of the series on Managing Microservices with Kubernetes. You can read part 1 here    and part 2 here

In part 1, we understood how Kubernetes is used to deploy a Microservice. In that blog, I mentioned that a couple of Kubernetes objects are used to deploy the voting application – Namespaces, Labels and Selectors, Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployment, and Service Objects.   In part 2 we explored some of the Kubernetes objects used in building the microservice application. We also explored scaling a microservices application using the ReplicaSet Controller object.

In this blog, I will show you how to use the Deployment Object to scale the microservice. I will mention the additional features that a deployment has that are not present in a replicaset object. We will explore the additional features in the next couple of blogs.

 

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