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Class: Laravel Docker Kubernetes
Run a Laravel project using Docker and Kubernetes
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Laravel-docker-kubernetes

From here you will be able to know that how you will run your Laravel project using Docker and how you will deploy using Kubernetes(minikube)

Run the project using docker

Clone the project
 

Now run the following command from your terminal one by one. Running the commands be sure that you have installed docker.You will get install instructions from this link

docker-compose build

docker-compose up -d

Now browse project

 http://localhost:8083/

Deploy the project using Kubernetes

At first build image running the command:

docker build . -f ./deploy/dockerfile -t laravel:v4

Now login in docker hub. Running the command be sure that you have created an account in docker hub. If not go to the link and create account.

 docker login
 

Now run the following command for Pushing image in docker registry.In the command nahid35 is my docker id and laravel is repository name and v4 is tag name. Modify command according to your docker id, repository name and tag name.

docker tag laravel:v4 docker.io/nahid35/laravel:v4

docker push docker.io/nahid35/laravel:v4

Now run minikube. Running the commands be sure that you have installed minikube. If not installed, you can get install instructions from this link

minikube start

Now run the following commands for deploying your project:


kubectl apply -f deploy/app/secret.yml

kubectl apply -f deploy/app/deploy.yml

kubectl apply -f deploy/app/service.yml


Now run the following commands to see minikube dashboard:

minikube dashboard

You will get this url :

http://192.168.99.100:30000/#!/overview?namespace=default

kubectl get svc

Running above command you will get following information:

NAME | TYPE | CLUSTER-IP | EXTERNAL-IP | PORT(S) | AGE ---------|---------------|-----------------|----------------|------------|---------- kubernetes | ClusterIP | 10.0.0.1 | <none> | 443/TCP | 27d laravel-api | LoadBalancer | 10.0.0.11 | <pending> | 80:32676/TCP | 4m

Now you can browse your project using following url :

 http://192.168.99.100:32676/

Extra Note :

> - If you want to use different database or different port etc, You have to change in the docker-compose.yml file.

> - If you modify .env file, You have to run following command:

     base64 -b -i deploy/env/.env

> - Running the command you will get base 64 encoded string. Put the string in deploy\app\secret.yml. And then run the commands for deploying.

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