Deploy a REACT app with Flask API backend on Kubernetes Cluster- Part 2- Complete the Jenkins Pipeline
Previously I wrote a post explaining how we can design a Kubernetes deployment to deploy a full stack React app with Flask API backend.
In this post I am completing the walk-through adding a deployment automation to Kubernetes cluster using Jenkins.
This is the final part of the series where I will be going through steps to deploy the Kubernetes components described in the above post to Kubernetes cluster. I will be using a Jenkins pipeline to deploy the Kubernetes resources to a cluster and make the react app accessible from a node endpoint. For simplicity I have simplified the Jenkins steps. These steps are good for normal practice but if you want to use this in a Production environment there are some changes needed which I will try to explain as I go through the steps.
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