Deploying A Multi Container application in Kubernetes  
  Authors : Arun Kumar K; Vinayaditya B V; Vinutha B S


Containers have been helping teams of all sizes to solve issues with consistency, scalability, and security. Using containers such as Docker allow you to separate the application from the underlying infrastructure. Gaining that separation requires some new tools in order to get the most value out of containers, and one of the most popular tools used for container management and orchestration is Kubernetes. So in this paper we are using Docker Networking Technology to communicate between different containers.


Published In : IJCAT Journal Volume 6, Issue 4

Date of Publication : April 2019

Pages : 27-30

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Arun Kumar K : Assistant Professor, School of CS & IT, Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Vinayaditya B V : PG Scholar - School of CS & IT, Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Vinutha B S : PG Scholar - School of CS & IT, Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.








Docker, Container, Kubernet















This project is designed to deploy a Multicontainerized application on to a Kubernetes cluster using EKS. We have created the micro services of our web application using Docker. The web application is running inside one container and the database in another container and these containers are successfully deployed in a Kubernetes cluster which has a master and a worker node and this web application is successfully deployed and running inside the node and both the containers are communicating using Docker Networking.










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