Deploying software can certainly have its challenges, but Deni
Burtovic walks you through everything you need to know when it
comes to deploying Haskell applications with Kubernetes. As
you watch the webinar, we also encourage you to follow along by
viewing the presentation which can be found here - Deploying Haskell Apps with Kubernetes.
About the Webinar
The webinar will focus on a
quick Kurbernetes refresher and demonstrate how to create a Kube
cluster using Terraform and Kops. Deni will discuss pods,
deployments, services, and load balancers. Deni will use kubectl
and deploy to demonstrate the deployment of a built image. You will
also see how Docker images can be used in Haskell applications.
There are plenty of questions asked by our viewers at the end of
the video so don't leave until the video is complete because
you will all about the advanced DevOps techniques employed by FP
During the webinar Deni
shared the following links:
The slides to this webinar are also available at Deploying Haskell Apps with Kubernetes
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In case you haven't read it yet
Our State of Haskell Report 2018 has proven to be an
excellent read for those that are interested where the
language is heading, and its rate of adoption for
commercial applications. You can download the report by
clicking the image below. Also, Aaron was recently interviewed by
InfoQ about the report, and you can find that article here -
Haskell Adoption and User
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