Testing a container app or microservices app to deploy it to an AWS EKS cluster

1. Test locally with docker

  • The problem is related to your app and docker image.
  • You can be running the image incorrectly in docker.

Test locally with Minikube

  • The problem is related to your kubernetes files where you define your Deployment and Service resources.

Test in AWS EKS

  • The problem is related to the way that you are creating the cluster in aws and its configuration.
  • The problem is related to how you connect and authenticate to the aws cluster

Test in AWS EKS with your CICD pipeline (optional)

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