Deploying ArangoDB 3.4 on Kubernetes

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It has been a few months since we first released the Kubernetes operator for ArangoDB and started to brag about it. Since then, quite a few things have happened.

For example, we have done a lot of testing, fixed bugs, and by now the operator is declared to be production ready for three popular public Kubernetes offerings, namely Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and Pivotal Kubernetes Service (PKS) (see here for the current state of affairs). Read more

The ArangoDB Operator for Kubernetes – Stateful Cluster Deployments in 5min

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At ArangoDB we’ve got many requests for running our database on Kubernetes. This makes complete sense since Kubernetes is a highly popular system for deploying, scaling and managing containerized applications.

Running any stateful application on Kubernetes is a bit more involved than running a stateless application, because of the storage requirements and potentially other requirements such as static network addresses. Running a database on Kubernetes combines all the challenges of running a stateful application, combined with a quest for optimal performance.

This article explains what is needed to run ArangoDB on Kubernetes and what we’re doing to make it a lot easier. Read more

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