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Demo: Temporary environments powered by M8s and Kubernetes

We recently Open Sourced our temporary environment builder, M8s. In this blog post we will be demoing everything you need to get started!

by Nick Schuch /

Introduction

In this video we will introduce you to M8s and the problem which it is solving.

Provisioning a M8s cluster

Now that you are acquainted with the M8s project, it's time to get a cluster provisioned!

In this video we will setup a Google Kubernetes Engine cluster and deploy the M8s API components.

Setting up CircleCI

Now that our M8s cluster is up and running, it's time to setup our pipeline to run a build.

In this video we will be configuring CircleCI to run the M8s CLI.

Pushing a topic branch

It's time to put it all together!

In this video we will be pushing a topic branch to demonstrate how M8s interacts with a Pipeline.

Finale

You made it to the finale! In this video we will be checking out the build environment and how a developer can access the Mailhog and Solr containers.

Conclusion

To learn more about the M8s project you can go and checkout:

We welcome any and all feedback via Twitter and our Github Project issues page.

Posted by Nick Schuch
Sys Ops Lead

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Comment by Adam

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Very nice Nick!
I would love to see that aforementioned Bitbucket Pipelines CI wired up ;-)

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