Deploying a Docker App with Kubernetes and Kong Ingress Controller

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In this video, we’ll walk through how to deploy a Dockerized application with Kubernetes using Kong’s Kubernetes Ingress Controller. Install Kong Ingress Controller: https://bit.ly/3guN9D6

Find all referenced docs and code in this blog post: https://bit.ly/3qHODyE

▬▬▬▬▬▬ TIMECODES ▬▬▬▬▬▬

0:00 – Intro
0:39 – Create a GKE Cluster
2:07 – Deploy Application Through kubectl
7:48 – Configure Kong’s Ingress Controller
16:12 – Integrating Plugins With the Ingress Controller
20:00 – Integrate Kong’s HTTP Log plugin
22:00 – Integrate Kong’s Correlation ID Plugin
23:53 – Wrap Up

▬▬▬▬▬▬ ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ▬▬▬▬▬▬
❏ Configuring a Kubernetes Application on Kong Konnect: https://bit.ly/3yiVxx2
❏ Implementing Traffic Policies in Kubernetes: https://bit.ly/3dBwJIL
❏ Moving an Application from VM to Kubernetes: https://bit.ly/3cJhNYD

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      Black Trojan
      May 22, 2022 13:02 pm Reply

      what if i setup in my local environment, like virtual box kvm, not with cloud, can you show me the tutorial? or is it the same? but no external ip when in local environment?

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      Naman Rawal
      May 22, 2022 13:02 pm Reply

      My service is stuck in "Pending" and the load balancer is never ensured. How do you deploy the ingress controller to an existing VPC and subnets? It seems to be trying to create a new VPC, but my environment is locked down and will not allow that.

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