Learn Kubernetes: Ingress — Use Ingress for routing by domain name

In this series of stories, you will learn how to use Kubernetes. Today, let’s see how to expose externally a service with an Ingress.

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Let’s create a deployment based on nginx. In first, create a deployment YAML manifest:

kubectl create deployment --image=nginx nginx

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Blockchains, DevOps, Agile Coaching, development, testing, Cloud, Management 3.0, ITIL. It defines me.

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