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Google Cloud Kubernetes
A devops person setup a workload in Google CLoud Platform and I’m pretty ignorant of how all this stuff works. Most I understand is there is a workload, a yaml file, and pods that have to exist to allow the application to run. It’s a web application and I know how to do IP safe-listing in the ngnix part of Google to access the application.
Where I’m stumped here is the vendor is requesting just automatically update the pods anytime they do an update from Dockerhub repository.
So in GCP Kubernetes I see it connects to Dockerhub using a credential.
What I’m not sure on is besides running these two commands, how can I get them to just auto-update?
kubectl scale deployment WebApp --replicas=0 -n WebApp
kubectl scale deployment WebApp --replicas=2 -n WebApp
The vendor said it’s fine to not worry about a bad build in the super rare even that might happen, given the nature and low severity of the application.