Series - 1 - GCP – CICD Pipeline Using Git Hub, Jenkins, Docker and Kubernetes on GKE – Part-7of8



Play-Lists

Series – 1 (8 Videos) – CICD Pipeline Using Git-Hub, Jenkins, Docker and Kubernetes on AWS and GCP

Series – 2 (9 Videos) – CICD pipeline using Git, Jenkins, Maven, Docker, Ansible and Kubernetes on both AWS and GCP

Series – 3 (7 Videos)-CICD pipeline using AWS CodePipeline, CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, S3, LB, ASG, Manual Approval, CloudFormation, Beanstalk

Series – 4 (12 Videos) – AWS Cloud Front, Route 53, Custom Domain with Certificate, EFS, DynamoDB, Beanstalk, Cloud Formation, OpsWorks, SNS, SQS, SES, CloudWatch and Lambda

Series – 5 (6 Videos) – Demo on VPC Peering, AWS Transit Gateway (Same and Different Regions), Site to Site VPN Connection and VPC End Point for S3

Series – 6 (7 Videos) – Demo on Database Migration Service (DMS) & S3 – Cross Account Access

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Series – 1 – AWS – GCP – Introduction – CICD Pipeline Using Git Hub, Jenkins, Docker and Kubernetes – Part–1of8

Series – 1 – AWS/GCP – Installation of Kubernetes Cluster with Manager and Nodes using command line – Part–2of8

Series – 1 – GCP – Creation of Kubernetes Cluster using Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) – Part–3of8

Series – 1 – AWS – Creation of Kubernetes Cluster using Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) – Part-4of8

Series – 1 – GCP – CICD Pipeline Using Git Hub, Jenkins, Docker and Kubernetes – Part-5of8

Series – 1 – GCP – CICD Pipeline Using Git Hub, Jenkins(Docker Image), Docker and Kubernetes – Part-6of8

Series – 1 – GCP – CICD Pipeline Using Git Hub, Jenkins, Docker and Kubernetes on GKE – Part-7of8

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11 thoughts on “Series – 1 – GCP – CICD Pipeline Using Git Hub, Jenkins, Docker and Kubernetes on GKE – Part-7of8”
  1. I have a quick question, Not able to access jenkins at http://<publicIP&gt;:8080 on public IP. I tried curl command on internal Ip from the VM and able to access the URL with authentication failed. I have enabled both http and https tags at the time of VM creation. I'm looking for some help here

  2. Hi,
    Great video.
    Please help me with one doubt.
    Everything worked perfectly fine. Also, I have added webhook Github integration to trigger changes automatically after pushing into Github…But
    after doing so nothing changes in the index.html file. Though I can see in Github and local file the changes have been made but it's not reflecting in the cluster.
    So, please help me with correct solution.
    Note: everything worked as similar to above mention steps except reflecting in the cluster the changes which I made to trigger automatically.

  3. Hi,

    I have been going through some of your series on Youtube. Thank you for those series. Its really helping me.

    However, I am still confused in some parts and have a couple of questions.

    Please, I need your suggestions on how best to setup this kind of Frontend and Backend apps located in different repositories using either Google Custom Kubernetes OR GKE.

    I have a Frontend and a Backend in separate git repositories. If i want to deploy them using kubernetes in Google, lets say for:

    Scenario: i setup my Project, VPC, and also setup a Custom Kubernetes like you did in your Part 2 of your Series 1 videos. If i want to deploy the Frontend and Backend in the Custom kubernetes, in the same Project, do i setup a separate Cluster for Frontend and a separate Cluster for Backend OR i use the same cluster? Or do i setup a separate and individual Project for the frontend and the backend?

    If i setup a separate Cluster for each of them in the same Project and VPC, do they(Frontend and Backend) by default, access each other network-wise? Do i have to configure the network  communication between them myself?

    If i setup Project for each of them separately, do i make sure the frontend communicate with the backend service (let's assume i don't want to expose the backend to external traffic EXCEPT the frontend app).

    Please advice from your wealth of experience.

    Micah

  4. Hi, I have scenario like jenkins and ansible server two different aws ec2 servers i have been trying to deploy an app by using jenkins pipeline. Please tell me how to integrate jenkins and ansible b/w two different sever. Please suggest how write jenkins pipeline job

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