KUBERNETES

Creating a Fast&Simple Container for Sending Messages to a Topic in Oracle Event Hub Cloud Service (aka OEHCS, which is a Kafka cluster) and Deploying it to Kubernetes Cluster


The container uses 4 environment variables, you can find a container already built for you here SOURCE CODE OF THE PRODUCER var sleep = require(‘system-sleep’); const oehcs_connect_url = process.env.OEHCS_CONNECTURL const topic_name = process.env.TOPIC_NAME const num_partitions = process.env.NUM_PARTITIONS const message = process.env.MESSAGE var kafka = require(‘kafka-node’), HighLevelProducer = kafka.HighLevelProducer, client = new kafka.KafkaClient({kafkaHost: oehcs_connect_url}), producer = new […]

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Pushing a Container to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry (OCIR) and Pulling it from OKE


OCIR is a Docker v2 compliant private registry provided by Oracle in their OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure) offering. Let’s have a look at it. First log in to the repository this way: docker login <region-code>.ocir.io, where <region-code> is documented here. Then, you’ll need a user/password. For the user, provide an existing user in the OCI tenancy. […]

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