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Deploying .NET core microservices into a kubernetes enabled deployment server

We are doing some R&D on the microservices deployment. We are using .NET core microservices and currently we are using docker hub for testing purposes and we need to deploy that into a deployment server. So, will the Kubernetes enabled servers help us?


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Hi there,

For a microservices architecture, Kubernetes is definitely the production-ready solution to go for.

I could suggest giving the Managed Kubernetes services a try:

https://www.digitalocean.com/products/kubernetes/

That way you could get a Kubernetes cluster up and running with a single click for as low as $10/mo.

Alternatively, if you have an operations team, you could go for an unmanaged cluster by installing Kubernetes on a set of Droplets as per the tutorial here:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-create-a-kubernetes-cluster-using-kubeadm-on-ubuntu-16-04

For a PoC or a local development environment, running your microservices using individual containers is also absolutely fine.

Regards, Bobby