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Web-Server With Live Rolling Updates Using Dynamic Jenkins Slave Node and Kubernetes

The overview

The main motive of this article is to solve real-world problems. Can you imagine the loss of Instagram, not only loss but also hate of a million users it receives if it is even down by a few seconds, so nobody would want that, right?

It can be solved by using automatic rollout of updates using Kubernetes and managing the…

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Shirsha Datta

Shirsha Datta

I am a DevOps Enthusiast and recently taken to Cloud Computing. Learning Flutter App Development currently. In my free time I engage in competitive coding.

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