Space Cloud lets you leverage all the capabilities of Kubernetes without having to learn the Kubernetes API.
Follow the Space Cloud Basic guide for step-by-step instructions to get started with the Deployments Module!
In mission control, the
Deployments section in the
Microservices navigation contains the UI to play around with the module. It looks something like this:
Deploying your first container button opens up a form to create a new
The configuration entered in the above image is as follows:
|Service Id||Docker Image||Port|
We just created a service named
myapp and instructed Space Cloud to pull the
spaceuptech/basic-service docker image from Docker Hub. We also specified that our
myapp service listens on port
We haven’t changed any of the advanced configurations in this example. Feel free to explore those as well.
Space Cloud now pulls the docker image and starts it with the default configs. It also creates an internal domain
myapp.myproject.svc.cluster.local to access our service from within the cluster.
Domains are created in the format
Under the hood Space Cloud also configures Istio and setups up mtls, authentication policies and more to secure your deployments by default.