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HAProxy Skills Lab: Deployment Patterns in Kubernetes

Deploy, upgrade, swap out, scale up, scale down. Kubernetes is chock full of options when it comes to creating and scheduling containers. Are you new to Kubernetes? Want to learn how replacing pods affects traffic flow? How should you configure your HAProxy Kubernetes Ingress Controller to relay traffic to new versions of your service?

In this skills lab, you will learn:
- the role that an Ingress Controller plays during a deployment
- the pros and cons of rolling updates, blue-green deployments, and canary deployments
- how to plan ahead for upgrades
- tip for making the most of container tags, annotations and session persistence
Recorded Aug 11 2020 46 mins
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    Nick Ramirez
    Deploy, upgrade, swap out, scale up, scale down. Kubernetes is chock full of options when it comes to creating and scheduling containers. Are you new to Kubernetes? Want to learn how replacing pods affects traffic flow? How should you configure your HAProxy Kubernetes Ingress Controller to relay traffic to new versions of your service?

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    - the pros and cons of rolling updates, blue-green deployments, and canary deployments
    - how to plan ahead for upgrades
    - tip for making the most of container tags, annotations and session persistence
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    Tim Hinds, Director of Product Marketing - Carl Caira, Systems Engineer - Chad Lavoie, Senior Systems Engineer - HAProxy
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    * Tim Hinds, Director of Product Marketing, HAProxy Technologies
    * Carl Caira, Systems Engineer, HAProxy Technologies
    * Chad Lavoie, Senior Systems Engineer, HAProxy Technologies
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