In this section, we will introduce how to deploy a container based application with KubeVela. The main process will be shown with UI console, if you're using CLI, jump to Deploy via CLI part.
- Containerize your business, you need a container image within your image registry that can be accessed by KubeVela.
- Enable the VelaUX addon by running command
vela addon enable velaux.
Enter the page of Application on the left, click
New Application to create. Pick your name, alias, and description; Select type of
webservice; Decide your environment, Default environment is already available in the first place. You could also enter the page of Environments to set up new.
Next Step so to the configuration page. We need to set up the Image address and resources limit. If you want to set up a command for the image, open up the row
Done by clicking
Create and then we enter the management page.
Deploy button on the upper right and select a workflow. Note that each Environment of the application has its workflow. On the right of the
Baseline Config tab is the environments. Check out the status of the environment and its instance information as you wish.
When it has several targets in this environment, you may find them all in the
Instances list. If you want to look at the process of application deployment, click
Check the details to reveal.
Instances list, you may find some of them are in pending status. Click
+ in the beginning to figure out the reason in more detail.
After the first deployment, our business keeps evolving and the following updates come along.
Baseline Config and you can see the all components. Then click the component name and open the configuration page, you can update your latest requirements for image, version, and environment variable.
If your business requires more than one replicas, enter the
Properties page. By default, The component have a
Set Replicas trait. Click it so that you can update the replicas.
By twos steps as above, it is still in a draft state, we need to click the deployment button again to complete the upgrade of the application.
If you need to delete the application after testing, you need to recycle all the deployed environments first. Click the environment name to enter the environment instance list, and click the
Recycle button to recycle the deployment of the application in that environment. After it's done, the application in this environment rolls back as an undeployed one.
After all of the environments have been recycled, the application can be deleted. Currently, the entry for application deletion is on the application list page. Back to the application list page, mouse on the menu icon on the right side of the application name, and click the
At this point, you have basically mastered the deployment method of Docker image.
You can refer to how to manage applications to learn the details about the UI console operations.
You also can deploy the application via CLI.
Currently, The application created by CLI will be synced to UI, but it will be readonly.
You can also save the YAML file as webservice-app.yaml and use the
vela up -f webservice-app.yaml command to deploy.
Next, check the deployment status of the application through
vela status webservice-app