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How to Deploy Your Application or Microservice on Kubernetes

Published on July 19, 2021 · Updated on July 28, 2021
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By Kim Schlesinger
Developer Advocate
How to Deploy Your Application or Microservice on Kubernetes


About the Talk

Migrating containerized workloads to Kubernetes? See which Kubernetes resources work best, and how you can get multiple replicas of your application running simply, and quickly.

At the end of this Tech Talk, you will be able to deploy your application or microservice as a Kubernetes Deployment.

What You’ll Learn

  • How Kubernetes deploys and manages groups of pods
  • How to describe the use case for a Kubernetes Deployment
  • How to create a YAML manifest for a Deployment
  • How to create and inspect a Kubernetes Deployment

This Talk is Designed For

  • Anyone running containerized workloads in a non-Kubernetes environment
  • Anyone looking to gradually migrate to Kubernetes


  • You have containerized an application or microservice
  • You have basic knowledge of containers and Kubernetes


[Slides] (https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15OH08H3K7xa8TTauRcrkIQZrzlroRjsMXuJZHW4GRBY/edit#slide=id.g9b8b568914_0_0) Kubernetes for Full-Stack Developers: Community Curriculum and eBook Kubernetes on DigitalOcean: Docs and Quickstart

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About the authors
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Developer Advocate

I’m a developer advocate at DigitalOcean focusing on Kubernetes and other Cloud Native technologies

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