- Additional Information and Resources
- Your team manages an online storefront. They want to have a simple service in their Kubernetes cluster that is able to provide a list of products. Other pieces of the application, running as other pods in the cluster, will use this service in the future. For now, all you need to do is deploy the service's pods to the cluster and create a Kubernetes service to provide access to those pods. The team estimates that you will need four replicas of the service pod for the time being. There is already a busybox testing pod in the cluster that you can use to test your new service once it is created.
- There is a public Docker image for the store-products app called linuxacademycontent/store-products:1.0.0.
- You will need to do the following:
- Create a deployment for the store-products service with four replicas.
- Create a store-products service and verify that you can access it from the busybox testing pod.
- If you need additional guidance, click the icon next to each task below for more information on how to complete each task. You can also check out the solution video for a detailed walkthrough. Note: this lab does not require root login.