In a previous video, Barbara demonstrated how to reduce risk when deploying updates to your app using the canary deployments release pattern. In this video, Anthony discusses and presents the fundamentals of implicit and explicit approaches to rolling out a canary deployment in Google Kubernetes Engine. Want to learn more?
Check out the links below!
0:00 – Intro
1:11 – Reviewing our environment for an implicit canary deployment
3:20 – Deploying our stable and canary versions
6:17 – Introducing HPA into the mix
7:26 – Reviewing our environment for an explicit canary deployment
8:40 – Deploying Istio resources for traffic management
10:34 – Final thoughts
Canary deployments for workloads in GKE → https://goo.gle/3PeITYa
What is Istio? → https://goo.gle/3yvgWoi
What is Anthos Service Mesh? → https://goo.gle/3NUgW6U
Canary deployments with Multi-cluster Gateways → https://goo.gle/3IrUily
Implementing deployment and testing strategies on GKE → https://goo.gle/canary-gke
Implementing canary deployments with Spinnaker and Istio → https://goo.gle/canary-gke-istio
Deploying multi-cluster Gateways → https://goo.gle/canary-gke-gateway
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