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Cloud Native Architectures by Piyum Zonooz, Erik Farr, Kamal Arora, Tom Laszewski

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CI/CD for container-based applications

One of the most popular ways to deploy container-based applications on Google Cloud is by using Kubernetes. In fact, as discussed earlier, Kubernetes originated from Google's internal technologies, invented to solve problems exactly like continuous code integration and deployment. That's why if you are looking to implement CI/CD patterns in such an environment, then it's easy to do so.

It's pretty straightforward to implement release management aspects if you are using Kubernetes CLI/API as it has actions which can implement updating resources with the latest version of application code by using the latest container images. You can do this by using the rolling updates mechanism, or if during the update ...

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