VSYS.host ★ Managed kubernetes hosting

Started by zetta81, Jun 18, 2022, 01:41 AM

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Holly cow! Simplest K8s ever!

Deployment of Multiple Servers in a Matter of Minutes
Reasonable Prices for Hourly Billing
Free support for the migration of your data for two hours
You can get a free $100 bonus credit just for signing up and making your first deposit of $50.

Kubernetes Subscription - 50.00$

24/7 Support
Free assistance with relocation for a period of two hours! Monitoring and assistance with technical emergencies are available round-the-clock.

At this time, we do not request any forms of identification. We are able to deal with cryptocurrencies.

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Utilizing the K8s cloud, you may connect both stock and custom dedicated servers to the same network. Merge the two!

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Where do we begin the migration to our K8s?

1. Contribute new code to Git.
2. Create a Docker image for each of the services that you are currently running.
3. Upload the Docker image to any public or private registry that supports Docker.

4. Configure an automated Docker buildup on Git update to be applied to the development, staging, or production clusters.

5. In the YAML manifest, declare the containers' (service) deployment scheme and network's (deployment) scheme requirements. Make sure to write in at least one of the containers for each service that you provide (docker image optional with version). Make sure that each container group has its own network, that your front-end services can connect to the internet, and that you document the procedure for generating and linking storage for variable data. In addition to that, you may describe things like monitoring, services recovery scripts, health checks, readiness checks, affinity node bindings, load balancing, autoscale, etc.
6. Make it possible to access our cloud from within your Docker registry.

7. In order to control the cloud, download the kubectl app with the configuration.
8. Once your.yml manifests have been applied with kubectl, all of your servers will be up and operating in our cloud within a few minutes.
9. You have the option of using our DNS or checking the IP addresses of your services through the web interface or with kubectl.