The following link contains everything to host, orchestrate and debug this tutorial’s app containers in IBM Cloud:https://developer.ibm.com/recipes/author/patemic/
Users have mentioned some misunderstanding in how to navigate to the tutorial sections. So, here are the quick links to the major sections:
For a description of all the typical modules and module integration necessary to build a Model-View-Controller and NoSQL based portal application (with my example app), the Table of Contents link is:
For a description of how to convert the Model-View-Controller NoSQL modules into linked Docker files, the Table of Contents is: http://www.cloudfulness.net/automation-portal-in-linked-docker-containers-2/
For a description of how to orchestrate the created Docker files via Kubernetes is : http://www.cloudfulness.net/from-dockerized-application-to-kubernetes-service/
The fully annotated documentation of a portal app concept to cloud Kubernetes service deployment is finished! These guides are particularly helpful for any professional looking to better understand the integration, containerization, orchestration and cloud deployment of the model, view, controller and backend components of a portal app.
The first document set of a complete tutorial series describing the deployment of Docker containers into a Kubernetes service is under way, due to be completed in a matter of days!
I’ve posted some brief, specific topic Docker/Kubernetes cloud tutorials at https://developer.ibm.com/recipes/author/patemic/
These “recipes” are helpful as quick references.
Now, the automation portal services originally deployed in virtual machines ( Design/code/Test Automation Portal )are now migrated into linked Docker Containers (.Automation Portal in Linked Docker Containers ). All the code necessary to complete the Dockerization of the automation portal services are in that latest technical series.
So, the migration of the most recent blogs from the old blogging site, including the case study of the complete design/code/test of creating an automation portal over to this site are complete. That work is the foundation for the recently posted technical documentsAutomation Portal in Linked Docker Containers.
After much delay, I’m launching the new, more capable blog portal, although capabilities beyond essential blogging and technical web pages will take some time. These initial blog posts are already available at my blogspot blogposts portal. The blogspot portal will be deprecated in the near future. This will be my only blog post until my Portal Automation Introduction is completely ported over as a web page. Very soon after that, the Docker containerization of the portal automation app will appear as its own web series…. and soon after that the Kubernetes clusterized version of the portal automation app will appear as its own web series.
Guides, Instructions and examples of Model-View-Controller Based Network Configuration Automation and Docker Container Based Network Configuration Automation appearing soon.