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request: allow for more configurations #34

vmarchaud opened this issue Mar 23, 2020 · 0 comments

request: allow for more configurations #34

vmarchaud opened this issue Mar 23, 2020 · 0 comments


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@vmarchaud vmarchaud commented Mar 23, 2020


I'm deploying statusbay on GKE with the following setup:

  • one cluster used to host ui+api+database
  • one staging cluster that connect to the db
  • one prod cluster that connect to the db

Every cluster is using a different GCP account to i must expose the db to internet so i can monitor the deployments on all cluster (would better to use the api instead of the database in the future).

However i had some issues with the chart as it is today:

  • API + UI services are ClusterIP, GKE only allow ingress to service that are NodePort or LoadBalancer so that would be helpful if configurable
  • By default GKE Ingress use / to check if the service is working, it's working on the UI since it expose the frontend but the API is failing because of that. I believe you should add the readinessProbe and livenessProbe to both.
  • I use cert-manager to get SSL cert for both the API/UI with annonations on the ingress, however i need to define the tls config. Should be perfect if you could add the options on the chart !

I've had other issue because of the database need to be exposed to internet but that's not really whats the chart is about. However you could rely on the official stable mysql chart to ease that part

Thanks for statusbay by the way, cool software !

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