My Kubernetes cluster only has 1 node for now - managed by DigitalOcean.
The web application that I deployed runs in 3 pods - all on ONE node. I used the external DigitalOcean’s load balancer to expose the application outside the cluster.
Here’s the k8s resource definitions:
apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: shovik-com labels: app: shovik-com spec: replicas: 3 selector: matchLabels: app: shovik-com template: metadata: labels: app: shovik-com spec: containers: - name: shovik-com image: aspushkinus/shovik:latest imagePullPolicy: Always ports: - containerPort: 80 envFrom: - secretRef: name: shovik-com --- apiVersion: v1 kind: Service metadata: name: shovik-com-balancer annotations: service.beta.kubernetes.io/do-loadbalancer-tls-ports: "443" service.beta.kubernetes.io/do-loadbalancer-certificate-id: "do-cert-id" service.beta.kubernetes.io/do-loadbalancer-redirect-http-to-https: "true" spec: type: LoadBalancer selector: app: shovik-com ports: - name: http protocol: TCP port: 80 targetPort: 80 - name: https protocol: TCP port: 443 targetPort: 80
This works great and the website is live: https://shovik.com/
Whenever I deploy the new version of the app using the standard k8s rolling strategy, my app goes down for a minute and DigitalOcean’s load balancer responds with “503 Service Unavailable”. This is despite the fact that at any given time there are at least 2 pods in the “running” status.
How can I implement a zero-downtime deployment using DigitalOcean’s k8s and load balancer? Should I put another NodePort service in front of the LoadBalancer?
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