With the release of Kubernetes
v1.3.0 there is now a cross platform way of
quickly setting up a Kubernetes cluster using Docker.
I’ve been using service-loadbalancer in my cluster and annotated my services to make them available outside the cluster network. With the release of Kubernetes 1.2 there is another alternative, the Ingress Resources.
You can read more about the Ingress resource in the Kubernetes Reference Documentation.
I’ve been working on getting Elasticsearch working on Kubernetes-On-ARM. The biggest problem has been storage. I’m using Elasticserach for storing logs and the cluster generates 1.4 million entries per day (i know, need to do something about it). If you want to deploy your applications to Kubernetes, sooner or later you need to think about how to solve storage and persistence.