James Russo

James Russo

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5 posts tagged with "devops"

Automating Deploys to Kubernetes with CircleCI

68.calendarOctober 11, 2019 | 9 min read

This tutorial shows how to automate deployments to Kubernetes using CircleCI. This tutorial uses AWS services like ECR and EKS, but it can be generalized and changed for other Kubernetes solutions. This post will go through the entire CircleCI flow of deploying changes for your app to Kubernetes from updating the image and storing it in a repository to deploying the new application on EKS.

Deploying a Gatsby Application to an S3 Bucket Using CircleCI

68.calendarAugust 15, 2019 | 7 min read

This is a tutorial about how to deploy a Gatsby.js application to an S3 bucket using CircleCI.

Deploying a New Docker Image to an EKS Cluster on Codeship

68.calendarMay 19, 2019 | 12 min read

This is a tutorial about how to deploy a new Docker image to your Kubernetes worker nodes with Codeship when you've deployed your cluster on EKS. This was based on a combination of tutorials found on Codeship and comments and extraneous links. The documentation on Codeship requires you to look in multiple places and is outdated in some cases, so hopefully this aggregates it in one place and updates it.

Setting Up AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and Deploying

68.calendarMay 15, 2019 | 9 min read

This is a tutorial on how to setup an AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) cluster and deploy a Docker container service to EKS. We will mostly follow the AWS tutorial but make some changes to deploy your personal containers instead of the ones provided by the EKS tutorial. This process was used to deploy our Next.js Application.

Setting Up a Next.js Docker Container and Publishing it to AWS ECR

68.calendarMay 13, 2019 | 5 min read

This is a tutorial on how to setup a simple Docker image for a Next.js application so that we can deploy the Docker image to a container registry. We will use AWS Elastic Container Registry (ECR) in this tutorial as our Docker container registry. This way we can access our Docker image from other machines and deploy the image to something like AWS Elastic Kubernetes Server (EKS) or AWS Elastic Container Service (ECS).

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