In this presentation I explain using video examples how kubernetes works and how this can be used to host your Drupal 7 or 8 site. There are obviously also gotcha's and I'd like to warn you to not use this in production until you've verified it
• Create an Apache Server
• Create a Mysql Server
• Create a filesystem server (NFS/…)
• Get starting schema on Mysql Server
• Get Git repo on Apache server and link sites/default/files to file server
• Get files on file server
Somewhat Default Process
A pod (as in a pod of whales or pea pod) is a group of one or more containers (such as
Docker containers), the shared storage for those containers, and options about how to
run the containers.
A Deployment provides declarative updates for Pods and ReplicaSets (the next-
Building on the shoulders of giants
1. Servers are a commodity.
2. Managing services is a commodity
3. Do not make the mistake thinking you know better.
Caveat: For Drupal, the one massive pain holding us back from
going all in with Google Cloud is not having a managed distributed
file system like Amazon EFS.