Unfortunately we're still decoupling JKube-kit from Maven and building some integration tests to verify nothing breaks down
oh i didn't realise its there already!
we can send a notice on mailing lists as well
Once we have a stable release we'll add the final deprecation notice for FMP and send public notice in all channels.
shouldn't we inform the users priorly as well??
yes, that's the point of the deprecation notice in FMP main repo. But anyway, we're doing good progress with the decoupling, so I don't think it will be long until we drive efforts to make JKube widely adopted.
Max Rydahl Andersen
you should be posting to the mailing lists both publically and internally on this - don't wait - it will take time (months) for teams to respond to this!
and get fabric8io account to tweet it out too
Will certainly do. Also we'll probably create a new JKube release in the next few days, so we can also advertise this.
Are there any examples showing how to do blue-green deploys using jkube ?
I don't think we have any quickstart for demonstrating blue-green deployments at the moment.
Thanks @rohanKanojia If you have plans to add b/g and canary build examples , that will be great. The plugin works great btw. Thanks !
@OrtimusPrime_twitter : Thanks a lot for trying out our plugins and providing feedback. I really appreciate it!
@OrtimusPrime_twitter : Could you please file an issue for canary build example so that this doesn't get lost in chat?
Hi @OrtimusPrime_twitter , regarding blue-green deployments we could add an example with two profiles that target different environments then simply run mvn prefix:goal -Pblue or mvn prefix:goal -Pgreento target each of the environments.
Would this be ok? were you thinking in something else?
Regarding canary deployments, I think we need more details to understand what were you thinking (Istio integration, etc.)
@manusa The b/g example you suggested should work. We are not sure about which service mesh we will use (istio vs linkerd vs something else) . At this point I am looking at different tools that can serve as building blocks to ease deployments. As far as I can see Jkube can help us generate the k8s artifacts. We are also looking at rancher (+rio) etc for the bigger picture. So, no hurries on the examples. Thanks.
Hey guys, just migrating from fmp to kmp. Is there different documentation for this or just keep going with https://maven.fabric8.io/?