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Instructions on getting this application up in a cluster:

All instructions below are based in whatever your default namespace is. If you want to add to a specific namespace then add -n=NAMESPACE

The set up below is also done with NodePort.

Bring up the Database:

kubectl create secret generic mysql-pass --from-literal=password=YOUR_PASSWORD

kubectl create -f mysql-configmap.yaml

kubectl create -f fitcycle-percona-total.yaml

Bring up the API server

kubectl create -f api-server-local-total.yaml

Ensure the NODE PORTS are exposed in AWS

kubectl get services

NOTE the port numbers for the services

NAME              TYPE           CLUSTER-IP       EXTERNAL-IP        PORT(S)          AGE
fitcycle-mysql    ClusterIP      None             <none>             3306/TCP         20d
fitcycle-server   LoadBalancer   100.69.2.61      a43b2d31e1612...   8000:31553/TCP   7d
kubernetes        ClusterIP      100.64.0.1       <none>             443/TCP          80d
local-fitcycle    LoadBalancer   100.69.146.247   a6e50fff01608...   5000:31159/TCP   7d

Testing out the API

In a separate machine (local computer connected to the internet) type in the following:

curl -i http://35.167.11.105:31159/api/v1.0/signups

REPLACE THE IP ADDRESS AND THE PORT NUMBER WITH THE APPROPRIATE IP ADDRESS AND PORT FOR YOUR CLUSTER

Bring up application server

kubectl create -f fitcycle-server-total.yaml

View the application server

Open up the node port in AWS go to IP ADDRESS:NODEPORT on a web browser

Fitcycle connecting to RDS

kubectl create -f ./rds/api-server-rds.yaml

kubectl create -f ./rds/fitcycle-server-rds.yaml

Follow the steps under viewing app server and testing the API

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